A woman is stable after she was pinned under a trailer that fell on the Rainier Avenue South and South Dearborn Street bus stop Wednesday morning, according to the Seattle Fire Department.

A semitruck towing two trailers was traveling east on South Dearborn Street when the rear trailer rolled over onto a bus stop, falling on the woman as the truck turned left onto Rainier Avenue South, said David Cuerpo, a spokesperson for the Seattle Fire Department.

Another woman waiting at the stop jumped out of the way and suffered minor injuries, he said. Both were taken to Harborview Medical Center.

Rainier Avenue South from South Charles Street to South Jackson Street was fully blocked for most of the day, affecting traffic into and out of downtown and drivers exiting Interstate 90 as officials worked to remove the trailer from the road, according to state and city transportation agencies.

All southbound lanes and one northbound lane on the Rainier Avenue South stretch reopened to traffic shortly after 4 p.m.

The road completely reopened by 5:50 p.m.