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Portion of Mulholland Drive Closed in Both Directions

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Watch out commuters. As rain approaches, the city this afternoon shut down Mulholland Drive where last week a portion of the road succumbed to a large eroding hole. Both directions between Bowmont and Skyline drives are closed indefinitely as the weather could further damage the roadway.

Last week Wednesday, a few days after the most recent storm had passed, the rode began to erode, causing a 35 ft wide, 10 ft deep hole. Traffic was reduced to one lane and damage from is estimated at $600,000, which could increase after the impending storm.

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