FRESNO, Calif. - In a statement sent to 23ABC, Caltrans said that two miles of I-5 going northbound at Jefferey Avenue in Fresno County had to be closed for emergency road repairs.
The statement also stated that there are two lanes at this location, and that the fast lane will remain open during the repairs.
No estimated time has been given for the re-opening of the lanes. Caltrans said the public is advised to expect delays or use Highway 99.
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