Listen: Los Angeles, Logan Davis And Howard Hughes Parkway discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"Five thirty five now KNX San time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Here's Logan Davis. Northbound just before from onto avenue. We've got a crash that made it to the right shoulder. Still a slow drive out of downtown Los Angeles on northbound one zero one from fourth street southbound side of the street car wreck at the center divider area, and that's really. Snarling that southbound one zero one which is crawling out of Hollywood into downtown. Had this injury crash. Southbound four zero five at Howard Hughes Parkway, it's on the right shoulder fire departments on the scene, and that has your attention. That's outbound four or five out of crawl coming away from the Santa Monica freeway earlier crash on the northbound one ten just before the five as you're making your way out of downtown keeping that drive through downtown pretty brutal coming away from the Santa Monica freeway. Southbound one ten that's packed in pretty tight from the five inching along as you make the approach in south LA, stall on the five north. It's read at karma Nita in the left lane jamming up that dry from beach boulevard, the five south that's gonna struggle out of east LA making your way into a park in artesia. Westbound ninety one at Norwalk boulevard got a crash blocking the left lane two cars involved there. It's a real struggle coming away from the five car and a motorcycle got together on the eastbound side of the sixty this is before hacienda boulevard. It's partially in the right lane. You're backed up from the six zero five, but overall that eastbound sixty just a tough rod out of east LA make any way over in the diamond bar and city of industry south. Found six oh five before valley boulevard working that crash out of the left lane still causing a slow drive from the ten freeway on that southbound six oh five next report. Five forty five. I'm Logan Davis. With more traffic reports. More often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Another nice day tomorrow. We'll just have a little bit."