Pothole debris struck windshield on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Friday night, Caltrans says

ByCornell Barnard KGO logo
Saturday, April 13, 2019

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (KGO) -- Debris from a pothole, not falling concrete, struck the windshield of a car that was driving on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on Friday night, according to Caltrans.

A woman was driving eastbound on the bridge just west of the county lines when the debris kicked up and hit her windshield, Caltrans said.

RELATED: More concrete falls from Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, strikes car

This is the third incident involving loose concrete on the bridge this year. In February chunks of concrete fell from the upper deck to the lower deck, damaging a passing car. Weeks later, more concrete fell from the upper deck. Leading to more lane closures and a lengthy repair job to replace 60 bridge joints.

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