Hazardous Materials Clearance From 10 Freeway Finished Ahead Of Schedule

Work to clear hazardous materials left behind after the massive fire that damaged part of the 10 Freeway in Downtown Los Angeles is complete. Governor Gavin Newsom says Caltrans emergency contractors finished two days ahead of schedule on Wednesday. Caltrans repair crews now have full access to the site to begin critical repair work. Several pillars were badly damaged on Saturday morning, after flames tore through wooden pallets and crates of hand sanitizer that were left under the freeway, possibly illegally. Newsom says the repair work will happen 24 hours a day, seven days a week.