Listen: Pomona, Governor Newsome And Barbara Jam discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson
"Is southern California's only twenty four hour, local news and traffic station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Good evening. I'm Brian paying our top stories at Ted oh, five governor Newsome says he wants to provide state funded health coverage two hundred thirty eight thousand people in the country illegally and require everyone to buy health insurance or pay a fine to young men are going to prison for a street racing crash in Torrance that killed a man these stories coming up, but first your traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. And here is Barbara jam packed in downtown because that's the one ten southbound for four straight all lanes are blocked to the vehicle on its side. They're deterring onto The Wilshire collector road, and that's just got traffic crawling starting before Sunset Boulevard. So you might wanna think about hill hillstreet if you need to head into downtown. That's a left hand exit off the one ten and it'll get into downtown in Carson crash there. One ten southbound four Carson street taking up all that the two right lanes jamming things up from the four zero five CHP getting reports of some snow. Smoke in south, El Monte, sixty eastbound ran pack road, sending fire crews out there to check it out watch out in Pomona, fair crash off to the shoulder. Ten eastbound at fair plex and on the ten eastbound the connector to the fifty seven northbound also closed there in Pomona or going on. If you're taking the fourteen in either direction through Acton between crown valley road and Angeles forest highway and the two left lanes northbound the slow side through that construction zone and the cigarette in riverside, looking better. Now, it's only the right lane blocked ninety nine eastbound past Tyler is they work on a crash traffic. Good news there it quickly eased up through the area. We're starting to move at freeway speeds again your next report at ten fifteen. I'm Barbara Brooks have more traffic reports.."