Second Westbound Highway 1 crash makes traffic congestion even worse

Two vehicles require tow-trucks after colliding in the midst of heavy traffic buildup

People headed West along Highway 1 will be frustrated by a second crash along the busy route this morning.

The second accident occurred just West of Mt. Lehman Road in the midst of the heavy traffic building up from the first crash.

Two vehicles require a tow-truck so plan an alternate way to work or suffer heavy delays.

The first accident site has the left lane blocked just before Bradner Road.

RELATED: Westbound traffic backing up from multi-vehicle crash on Highway 1

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