Los Angeles I-10 Freeway to Remain Intact Post-Fire

A section of Los Angeles' I-10 freeway damaged by a fire caused by arson won't require demolition, aiming for a 3-5 week reopening.

A 450-foot part of I-10 near downtown Los Angeles, impacted by a severe fire suspected of arson, won't need to be torn down, say officials. Governor Newsom announced the potential for a three to five-week closure for repairs, stressing the freeway's importance due to its daily 300,000 vehicle traffic and subsequent need for businesses to adapt in the interim.