Due to a gasoline tanker truck accident -- which resulted in an eco-unfriendly dousing of over "26 gallons" (?) of gasoline, or so said CBS 5's Judge Judy breaking-news interruption -- all northbound and southbound lanes on Highway 101 in Redwood City are closed. That? Blows.
It seems that a 26,000 gallon gasoline tanker big rig overturned just north of Maple Street near Woodside. According to ABC 7, a "Coast Guard crew is heading to the scene to make sure no oil is leaking into drains in the center divide, which flow into San Francisco Bay."
UPDATE #1: The CHP claims it would be well after 5 p.m. before any closed lanes re-open.
UPDATE #3: 15 hours after the crash, three northbound lanes are open. Southbound lanes are all open. Go nuts, people.