OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A person inside a minivan was seemingly shot dead along the westbound approach to the Bay Bridge toll plaza Thursday morning.
An Alameda County Coroner’s Office arrived at around 11:45 a.m. to the exit from westbound Interstate 80 to the toll plaza parking lot, where a burgundy minivan was stopped on the shoulder. A yellow tarp appeared to be covering a body in the front passenger seat.
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The fatal shooting was not closest confirmed by police, but the California Highway Patrol said a possible shooting forced the closure of left lanes one by four on I-80 between W. Grand Ave and the I-880 overcrossing during the police activity.
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There was no estimated time on when the lanes would open. As of 11 a.m., traffic was solidly backed up on I-80 all the way to Buchanan St. in Albany and I-580 was backed up to the Highway 24/980 interchange.
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