A big rig traveling east on Interstate 580 at Altamont Pass overturned on Thursday after the driver lost control of the vehicle, officials said. It was not immediately clear exactly when the accident —on I-580 about two miles west of I-205 around Livermore — occurred. Officials said they were still clearing the scene well into the evening commute, and multiple lanes of eastbound I-580 were closed. The driver, who pulled off of the road when his brakes may have failed, directed the truck up a nearby hillside and slowed to a stop, officials said. That’s when the big rig overturned, authorities said.
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