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I hope no one is heading to Yosemite any time soon.....

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  • I hope no one is heading to Yosemite any time soon.....

    AP breaking news...

    The central route to Yosemite National Park was closed after a rock slide buried Highway 140 under 300 feet of debris and threatened to knock out electricity to the park, officials said.

    No one was injured in the slide about 12 miles from the park, but rocks continued to fall Thursday, preventing crews from removing an estimated 250-300 tons of debris, fire officials said. It was not clear when the road would reopen.

    The slide, which is 600 feet long, 600 feet wide and 300 feet deep, threatened to topple two power line towers carrying 72,000 volts of electricity to the town of El Portal and the park, said Mariposa County Fire Chief Blaine Shultz.


    The power lines are the only source of power to the small community and the park and if the towers collapse it could also spark a wildfire, Shultz said.
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...n122554D64.DTL
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    Re: I hope no one is heading to Yosemite any time soon.....

    Very lucky that no one was injured.

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      Re: I hope no one is heading to Yosemite any time soon.....

      Wow!
      Mellymouse




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