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710 Freeway closed after truck downs power lines

Both sides of the 710 Freeway were closed at Washington Boulevard on Monday morning after a truck accident downed power lines, according to the CHP.

Officials said they expect the freeway to remain closed for at least 90 minutes during the busiest hours of the morning commute.

Traffic is being diverted off the northbound 710 Freeway to the 105 Freeway. CHP officials could not immediately say where southbound traffic was being diverted.


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