Two chunks of concrete fell from the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in California on Friday night, damaging a vehicle, KPIX reported.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the baseball-sized pieces of concrete fell on a woman’s car around 9:30 p.m., the television station reported.
The woman, who was not injured, filed a report with the highway patrol, KPIX reported. The bridge remained open, the television station reported.
Emergency repairs on the bridge resumed last week after concrete fell from the bridge in February, KGO reported.
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