On Wednesday morning, a semi truck got stuck on the Marsh Street off-ramp in San Luis Obispo. According to KSBY News Channel Six, the incident happened as the truck driver was attempting to exit the freeway, at about 8:20 a.m. The truck reportedly high centered on the off-ramp and got stuck. Vehicles tried to go around the large vehicle, but traffic got backed up during the busy morning commute hours.

First responders and crews arrived on the scene, where the Marsh Street southbound off-ramp had to be temporarily closed, so the truck could be removed. The roadway wasn’t clear until about 9:30 a.m. and trucks were advised to take the off ramps before or after Marsh Street to be safe.

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