Landslide buries Utah road under 100 feet of dirt

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Landslide buries Utah road under 100 feet of dirt

Utah Department of Transportation/Associated Press
A Utah Department of Transportation worker walks along destroyed Utah Route 14, a scenic road east of Cedar City in southwestern Utah often used by tourists traveling to Bryce Canyon National Park. Utah transportation officials have closed the state highway east of Cedar City after a massive landslide buried part of the roadway in about 100 feet of dirt and rock.

Landslide buries Utah road under 100 feet of dirt

Utah Department of Transportation/Associated Press
A Utah Department of Transportation worker walks along destroyed Utah Route 14, a scenic road east of Cedar City in southwestern Utah often used by tourists traveling to Bryce Canyon National Park. Utah transportation officials have closed the state highway east of Cedar City after a massive landslide buried part of the roadway in about 100 feet of dirt and rock.
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