Clayton, CA – At the request of the California Highway Patrol, Contra Costa County Public Works is in the process of closing traffic on Marsh Creek Road at Gill Drive due to a truck that spilled non-toxic material onto the roadway.
There will be one-way traffic control until appropriate equipment arrives to tow the downed truck and clean up the material. At that time, both directions will be shut down. They do not have an estimated time to reopen those sections at this time.
Please take alternative routes to avoid this area.
Here is the CHP Log:
|12:20 PM||16|| [Notification] [CHP]-Problem changed from 1183-Trfc Collision-Unkn Inj to 1182-Trfc Collision-No Inj [Shared]|
|12:20 PM||15|| A19-404M RDWY OPEN 1182 SOLO|
|12:09 PM||14|| A19-404M RDWY SHOULD BE OPEN IN 10-15|
|11:11 AM||13|| A19-404M MARSH CREEK CLOSED NOW|
|10:37 AM||12|| 19-404M COROADS AND 1185 ARE 97 // ETO 1.5-2 HRS ONCE RDWY CLOSED|
|10:05 AM||11|| 1039 19-S3 – CPYS VIA LL – HAVE BEAT PARTNER PROVIDE 1184/ HAVE 404M ASSESS AND ADV ONCE 1185 AND CORDS GO 1097|
|10:02 AM||10|| 404M VIA LL / ADV S UNIT / ONE LANE IS OPEN NOW / THERE WILL BE A FULL CLOSURE WHEN 1185 AND CORDS GO 1097/ UNK ETO / WILL NEED A 2ND UNIT FOR 1184|
|9:59 AM||9|| [Notification] [CHP]-1039 CORDS // CPZ LINE 18 // ENRT ETA 20 – 30 [Shared]|
|9:52 AM||8|| 1039 COROADS|
|9:25 AM||7|| 1039 COROADS|
|9:23 AM||6|| [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 Arrowhead Tow CNCD 800.750.6539|
|9:22 AM||5|| ,404M START BIG RIG 1185 AND ADV COROADS FOR SAND|
|9:19 AM||4|| OT’D TRLR AND SPILLED ITS LOAD IN RDWY|
|9:19 AM||3|| [Appended, 09:19:30]  VEHS CAN GET AROUND|
|9:18 AM||2|| [Appended, 09:19:30]  DRVR OO VEH|
|9:18 AM||1|| [Appended, 09:19:30]  BIG RIG DOUBLE TRLR – BACK TRLR ON ITS SIDE|
About Contra Costa County Public Works Department:
Contra Costa County Public Works Department (CCCPWD) maintains over 660 miles of roads, 150 miles of streams, channels and other drainage and over 200 County buildings throughout Contra Costa County. CCCPWD provides services such as Parks and Recreation, Sand Bag Distribution and Flood Control throughout unincorporated areas of Contra Costa County.
To learn more about CCCPWD, please visit here.