Bay Bridge’s westbound lanes reopened after rush hour protest; 25 arrested

Twenty-five people were arrested Monday as authorities finished a criticism on a Bay Bridge that brought rush hour trade to a standstill.

The California Highway Patrol expelled a SigAlert about 3:55 p.m., alerting motorists that a westbound side of a Bay Bridge was blocked only before a Yerba Buena Island tunnel.

Five cars were cumulative together opposite a multi-lane highway, with one pointer reading, “Black Health Matters.” Another pointer stated, “Decriminalize Black.” At a peak, about 30 people participated in a demonstration, CHP Officer Marc Johnston said.

All westbound lanes were reopened by 5:30 p.m., authorities said.

Officers took 25 people into control and requisitioned them on misconduct depends of  unlawful assembly, stopping giveaway thoroughfare and committing a open nuisance, CHP Officer Vu Williams said.

Those arrested were approaching to be requisitioned into a San Francisco County Jail, cited and released, Williams said.

The proof was carried out by Black.Seed, that identifies itself as a “Black, odd ransom collective,” according to a statement released by a Anti-Police Terror Project.