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FREEZE  AND  COASTAL  FLOOD  WARNINGS  HAVE  BEEN  ISSUED  IN  THE  TRI-COUNTY  AREA.  

 

  • The  Freeze  Warning  is  for  the  overnight  hours  between  now  and  Wednesday  morning.  It  covers  the  Southern  Salinas  ValleyArroyo  Seco Lake  San  AntonioGreenfield   and  King  City  areas.  

 

  • The  Coastal  Flood  Warning  is  in-place  until  3  p-m  tomorrow  in  the  coastal  area  between  San  Francisco  and  just  south  of  Big  Sur.  Extreme  high  and  low  tides  can  be  expected.

More  than  500  P.G. & E.  Customers  are  without  power  in  the  Boulder  Creek  area.    That  outage  impacted  people  between  Castle  Rock  State  Park,  and  a  little  ways  south  of  Boulder  Creek,  including  the  Downtown  Boulder  Creek  area.

Traffic  can  once  again  get  through  on  Highway  9  north  of  Boulder  Creek,  although  the  traffic  will  be  slow  for  a  while.   That’s  because  1  way  traffic  control  is  being  operated  in  the  northbound  lane.  

Prior story:

15:58 today - HIGHWAY  9  IS  CLOSED  IN  BOTH  DIRECTION  NORTH  OF  BOULDER  CREEK,  DUE  TO  A  30-INCH  DIAMETER  TREE  FALLING  ACROSS  THE  ROADWAY  NEAR  PRIMAVERA.     THE  ROAD  HAZARD  WAS  FIRST  CALLED  IN  SHORTLY  BEFORE  3  P-M  THIS  AFTERNOON.    ROAD  CREWS  HOPE  TO  HAVE  THE  TREE  CLEARED  BEFORE  5  P-M.   THE  WORK-AROUND  IS  TO  TAKE  BEAR  CREEK  ROAD.

HIGHWAY  9  IS  CLOSED  IN  BOTH  DIRECTION  NORTH  OF  BOULDER  CREEK,  DUE  TO  A  30-INCH  DIAMETER  TREE  FALLING  ACROSS  THE  ROADWAY  NEAR  PRIMAVERA.     THE  ROAD  HAZARD  WAS  FIRST  CALLED  IN  SHORTLY  BEFORE  3  P-M  THIS  AFTERNOON.    ROAD  CREWS  HOPE  TO  HAVE  THE  TREE  CLEARED  BEFORE  5  P-M.   THE  WORK-AROUND  IS  TO  TAKE  BEAR  CREEK  ROAD.

(10:35) Gilroy - A man died in a solo vehicle crash over the weekend in Gilroy.  The Accident took place around 6:30 a.m. on westbound Calle Celestina, east of Watsonville Road.   CHP reported that a 57 year-old man veered off the road, collided with a stop sign and then hit a wooden fence.   The cause of the crash is still under investigation. 

 

(09:00) Monterey - The Monterey Firemen’s Charitable Association announced they are now accepting donations of unwrapped new toys for its annual toy drive.  The Toy Drive was created in an effort to assist families who are not able to provide gifts for their children this holiday season. Presents will be delivered to families in need December 16 and 17.  Donations will be accepted in marked barrels at all five fire station locations.  For a full list of locations visit: Monterey.org.

 

(08:25) Salinas - The Salinas Fire Department reported that an abandoned building caught on fire yesterday in Salinas.  The fire started around 8 p.m. on San Juan Grade Road.  The fire was fully contained in 10 minutes.  The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

 

(07:45) Monterey - The Monterey sheriff's bomb squad responded to reports about a suspicious object inside the Monterey Airport Terminal.  The incident took place around 9 a.m. yesterday.  Authorities reported that the suspected pipe bomb turned out to be a rolled-up tube with art work.  Flights and passengers were not impacted during the search.

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