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Large Landslide Shuts Down Transitions Between 3 Freeways

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Transitions between three freeways have been affected this morning after a large landslide brought large boulders and dirt into lanes. Calls began to pour into California Highway Patrol offices around 8:38 a.m. this morning alerting officials to the problem. There is a full closure of the eastbound I-10 to northbound SR-57 transition road in the San Dimas/Pomona area. "This closure is also affecting the transition from the northbound SR-71 to northbound SR-57," said the CHP, which notes that no cars are trapped under the debris. Caltrans is en route to assist with the closure, which will remain in effect until further notice.

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