OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A woman driving at a high rate of speed on Interstate 880 in Oakland early Saturday lost control of her SUV, slammed into a construction project, sending three massive beams tumbling onto the roadway.

The California Highway Patrol said the accident happened at 3:45 a.m. on northbound I-880 at the 23rd St exit.

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Investigators said a 28-year-old Hayward woman was at the wheel of a Ford Expedition traveling 80-100 mph when she lost control, careening into the highway overpass construction project.

The force of the collision heavily damaged support beams holding up three 85-foot-long girders that are part of the 23rd Avenue overpass project. The massive girders crashed across the northbound lanes. Fortunately, no other vehicles were struck by the beams.

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The woman suffered non-life threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital. She was arrested on DUI charges.

All northbound lanes of the freeway were closed after the crash.

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One lane reopened at 10:50 a.m. and the other three were cleared for traffic at 11 a.m. more than seven hours after the suspected DUI crash forced the closure.