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Main Route To Big Bear Has Collapsed

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A large section ofhighway 330 on the way to Big Bear collapsed today leaving a massive hole in the road, reports KTLA. Heavy rain and snow over the past weeks left highways 18 and 330 closed to traffic and no injuries were reported in the collapse. According to a CalTrans, motorists headed up mountain should use highway 38. No word yet on when the highway is set to reopen; more rain is forecast to hit region on Wednesday.