Accidents back up Bay Bridge traffic

Commuters are experiencing delays heading eastbound on Interstate 80 near Fremont Street in San Francisco, according to traffic officials.

At 5:57 a.m., four vehicles were involved in a series of accidents on the westbound portion of I-80, near the Bay Bridge, according to reports from the California Highway Patrol. No injuries were reported.

Emergency officials were able to clear the westbound side of I-80, but the eastbound side, where there is an incline before the the Bay Bridge, was still experiencing heavy traffic as a result of the accident, according to CHP officers.

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