SAN FRANCISCO—511 San Francisco Bay operated by The Metropolitan Transportation Commission and San Francisco firefighters announced in the evening on Friday, September 25 that a truck flipped due to a collision. It left one person injured on the northbound I-280 ramp to US-101 south in San Francisco, and connector ramps were temporarily blocked.

At 5:48 p.m., San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 posted a photo of a white pick-up truck overturned in the middle of the road. They advised the public to use alternative routes since northbound I-280 ramp to US-101 southbound were blocked at that time.

At 6:20 p.m., 511 San Francisco Bay updated that the left lane had reopened, while the right lane remained blocked.

At 6:36 p.m., 511 San Francisco Bay tweeted that all lanes had been reopened by the time.

As of September 27, there have been no updates about any of the injuries reported.