Listen: Sigler Sigler, Basel, Scottie discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"At six oh, five, traffic and weather together. Every ten minutes on the fives. Here's gentlemen, go right to Brian. And at the very latest on the six of five Sigler Sigler spin extended for an additional thirty minutes. We're talking about the south six zero five transition to the north side. That's a heavy one in the morning. So that's again shutdown number thirty minutes used telegraph. You can shoot across telegraph up to rose meaner just actually stick with. Telegraph. Avoid a lot that slowing in the north five. Have you rejoin up ahead around Garfield or that'll save you some time. The south six five is heavy from slauson problems for the sixty and the Fifty-seven here Scottie onto sixty. There's actually two problems west sixty around fairway a stalled van reported in the carpool lane and now a two car crash reported in the left lane. So that's backing up starting about Ramona. And if you make the turn to the south fifty seven there's a stall fifty seven southbound at imperial that's in the middle lanes with a backup party from Lambert road. One tenant northbound at the ten is they're saying there's a stall in the right lane. Looking at the drive here. It's starting at a little heavy heading up about Manchester. We had this earlier problem. The southbound side of the four zero five Pacific stall in the carpool, then I think they're trying to get that cleared out of the roadway. But then I've also heard about a car with a flat tire in one of the lanes of the Long Beach boulevard. There's a little bit of slowing. Coming down from. I would say let's call Wilmington on that southbound four zero five heading into language, but not bad in the northbound side of the four five starting to get a little heavy approaching the harbor freeway as you make your way out through the south bay. But overall still not too bad of a drive the westbound five Basel starting to get a little heavy from the seven ten to Lynnwood. And then again for the one ten over to Crenshaw.."