Storm creates hazardous road conditions in Bay Area

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Standing water, pooling and localized flooding has triggered dozens of accidents this morning on roads in the Bay Area. (KGO-TV)

Standing water, pooling and localized flooding has triggered dozens of accidents this morning on roads in the Bay Area.

In Fremont, the intersection of Boscell RD and Automall Pkwy is closed after a big rig collided with a power pole. More than 3,000 people have been impacted by a power outage as a result. No injuries have been reported.

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On Highway 17, two vehicles were involved in a crash on the Santa Clara County side of the Santa Cruz Mountains, No one was hurt, but the roads are slick and drivers are encouraged to drive with caution.

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An accident has also been reported on southbound Hwy 101 before Shoreline in Mountain View.

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Northbound I-880 lanes were temporarily blocked after A Street in San Leandro due to an accident.

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Lanes of NB 280 at Serramonte in Daly City were blocked for an accident as well.

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