PLEASANTON (CBS13) – Interstate 680 has reopened after being shut down overnight due to a big rig accident that sent chunks of concrete flying, according to officials.

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The crash happened Sunday night just before 10:00 on the southbound lanes of 680 just north of Bernal Avenue.

The truck hit the center wall, sending parts of the concrete wall into lanes on both sides of the freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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At least one other vehicle was damaged by the debris. The big rig driver suffered minor injuries.

It took clean-up crews all night to clear the road of the concrete and some spilled diesel fuel.

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CHP opened the freeway at 6:30 a.m.