SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Lanes on the Golden Gate Bridge were blocked due to an overturned big rig truck Saturday evening, California Highway Patrol tweeted. Both northbound and southbound lanes were blocked, which caused traffic delays.

The big rig driver, who was not identified, was removed from the vehicle, CHP Officer Darrel Horner told KRON4. As of 6:55 p.m., no injuries have been reported.

As of 8:12 p.m., all lanes on the Golden Gate Bridge have reopened.

CHP tweeted at 7:06 p.m. that both directions of US-101 on the Golden Gate Bridge will “need to be shut down in order for crews to get the truck upright,” the law enforcement agency tweeted.

Travelers are asked to avoid the Golden Gate Bridge and use an alternate route. “High-profile vehicles should avoid the area due to high winds,” CHP said on Twitter.

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According to a 511 traffic alert tweeted at 5:58 p.m., all lanes were blocked in both directions. CHP first tweeted about the incident at 6:29 p.m.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.