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Angeles Crest Highway to Remain Closed Through March

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Bad news for traveling into the Angeles National Forest via the Angeles Crest Highway. After a week of rain in January, the artery between La Canada-Flintridge to Islip Saddle (at Highway 39) remains closed due to mud slides and washed away roads, according to the LA Times. It's expected to reopen up by late March.

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