Firefighters are still struggling to battle a fire that broke out at a plant near Benicia early Monday morning.Driving who were heading on southbound Interstate 680 during the morning commute got quite a show as the fire sent up huge amounts of smoke and large flames, just east of the freeway.The fire is tough, but blowing in a good direction, so no homes or buildings are threatened.The wind wasn't the only obstacle firefighters faced because the fire also has a lot of fuel.
Crews are battling a 2-alarm fire burning at a plant on Goodyear Road just east of I-680 in Benicia Monday morning.Drivers are being warned about traffic delays on southbound I-680 due to the fire.A landscaping company called CCL Organics is located at the location of the fire.Crews will be at the scene until 5 p.m. to make sure the firs stays contained as it is expected to be hot in the Bay Area.Officials said no homes or buildings are threatened.Officials said they believe the heat wave is...
The defendants in the deadly Oakland Ghost Ship fire delayed entering pleas to manslaughter charges Friday.Max Harris' attorney is speaking out for the first time, calling the prosecution of Harris unethical and questioning why the owner of the building isn't being charged with crimes in this case.No cameras were allowed in the courtroom.Prosecutors say he organized the warehouse party in December, and accuse him of hosting it in a building that was what they call a fire trap with only one...
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