Firefighters have made it about 50 feet inside the interstate tunnel north of Los Angeles where two people died in a massive fire that erupted from an apparent big-rig collision Friday night, California officials said Saturday.
Teams have been moving into the tunnel 10 feet at a time to assess its structural integrity and safety, said John Tripp, deputy chief of the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Debris is hampering the efforts, but officials hope to end the search operations by Sunday evening. Read full article »
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