SAN JOSE, Calif. (KTVU) - California Highway Patrol reports a tractor trailer fire on northbound I-280, north of Saratoga Avenue in San Jose is blocking all but one lane.
As of 8:19 p.m. on Wednesday, the fire was reported to be out, according to CHP.
Officials said the tanker was carrying gasoline, but the tank was not compromised as the tractor trailer's wheels caught fire.
There was no estimated time for the remaining lanes to reopen on the roadway.
San Jose Fire Departmenmt and CHP are working to get the tanker safely off the freeway.
Drivers should expect delays and to use alternate routes or avoid the area.
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Tanker fire NB 280 north of Saratoga. The tanker is carrying gasoline but the tank was not compromised as the rear wheels caught fire. There will only be one lane of northbound traffic open as CHP and @SJFD personnel work with the company to safely move the tanker off the freeway— CHP San Jose (@CHPSanJose) February 7, 2019