UPDATE (3:12 p.m.) – The California Highway Patrol says traffic Thursday was stopped due to a pedestrian who had fallen onto the highway in San Luis Obispo.
Officers say several 911 calls came in around noon reporting a pedestrian down in the fast lane of northbound Highway 101 at Santa Rosa Street.
Officers say they determined the man had fallen. Life-saving efforts were performed and CHP says the man was taken to a nearby hospital with major injuries.
An update on his condition was not provided by CHP.
The incident remains under investigation.
ORIGINAL STORY: Northbound Highway 101 traffic was stopped at Santa Rosa St. in San Luis Obispo following a report that a person was struck by a vehicle, according to Caltrans.
It happened at approximately noon on Thursday.
The roadway was reopened by 12:20 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol, and a Sig Alert was canceled.
This is a developing story and will be updated with new information as it becomes available.