San Diego SIG alerts

SIG ALERT ON I-8 NEAR BOULEVARD: RESCUE IN PROGRESS AT CRASH SITE

 May 21, 2012 (Boulevard) – A medical helicopter is en route to an accident on I-8 east near State Route 94 in the Boulevard/McCain Valley area.  Three victims are trapped with extrication in process, Incident Page Network Reports.  A Sig Alert has been ordered, according to the CHP website.


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SIG ALERT: ACCIDENT ON BRIDGE AT I-8 AND HWY 67

Update: The Sig Alert has been cancelled and the bridge is now reopened.

January 14, 2012 (San Diego’s East County) – A Sig Alert has been issued for the Eastbound 8 transition to State Route 67 northbound due to a traffic accident involving two cars on the bridge. One lane remains open but others are blocked, so caution is advised.

 


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HIGHWAY 163 CLOSED AT UNIVERSITY DUE TO SUICIDAL MAN ON BRIDGE

 

October 14, 2011 (San Diego) - A SIG alert has been issued and Highway 163 has been shut down at University Avenue.  According to the CHP website, a man is threatening to jump off a bridge at 10th Street.

 

ECM news partner 10 News reports the man is a mental patient with a bag next to him, on the outside of the guard rail.  A negotiator is at the scene.


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