ALAMEDA COUNTY (CBS SF) – Fire crews have contained a small grass that started in the center divide of Interstate Highway 580 in unincorporated Alameda County early Monday morning, according to Alameda County Fire Department officials.
The five-acre blaze was first reported at 5:03 a.m. in the center divide of the freeway, on the left shoulder of the westbound side just west of Grant Line Road, fire department spokeswoman Aisha Knowles said.READ MORE: East Bay Homebuyers Pay $200-400K Over Asking As Home Prices Soar To Record Levels
Nobody was injured, but the blaze did impact traffic during the morning commute, according to Caltrans traffic maps.READ MORE: Piedmont School District Apologizes for Offering 'White Student Support Group' After Chauvin Verdict
An Alameda County Fire Department truck did get stuck in soft terrain at a 15-degree angle, and is being pulled out by two bulldozers, Knowles said. The crew inside was uninjured.
Cal Fire and Livermore-Pleasanton fire crews also assisted in extinguishing the blaze.MORE NEWS: Miles Hall Shooting: No Charges Against Walnut Creek Police Officers In 2019 Killing
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