Ben Baeder

freelance journalist

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Freelance journalist based in Whittier, California; former Deputy Metro Editor at the San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Ben Baeder on KCRW

Since 8800 gallons of gasoline burned in a tanker fire yesterday under the Paramount Boulevard Bridge, the 60 freeway has been closed for 10 miles between the 605 and the 710.

Tanker Truck Fire Creates Chaos for Commuters on the 60 Freeway

Since 8800 gallons of gasoline burned in a tanker fire yesterday under the Paramount Boulevard Bridge, the 60 freeway has been closed for 10 miles between the 605 and the 710.

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