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www.skinnymoose.com/moosedroppings/2012/01/31/update-on-i...

Update on I 40 Rockslide….. Maggie Valley…. Cataloochee Valley…..Are Still Open. Elk in GSMNP are still accesable despite the slide. As I reported earlier today a rock slide overnight has closed a section of I40 on the Tn/NC border inside of Tennessee. The slide deposited large boulders in the breakdown lane on the westbound side and ...

www.wral.com/dot-clearing-rock-slide-from-i-40-could-take...

A massive rock slide in far western North Carolina could keep a stretch of Interstate 40 closed for several months, according to the state Department of Transportation. ... WRAL traffic updates on ...

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A rockslide has closed part of Interstate 40 near the Tennessee state line, according to the North Carolina Highway Patrol. ... Another rockslide closes I-40 near NC line. By Jason Old ...

www.wvlt.tv/home/headlines/Rock_slide_update_138750219.html

I-40 rockslide cleanup "partially complete" ... All work was finished on clearing a rock slide at mile marker 7 west-bound in North Carolina. That was done on Saturday. Video: Your Forecast: Rainy to scattered storms, gusty winds. Video: Learn to Re-purpose with Knox Heritage .

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Interstate 40 Rockslide Update. ASHEVILLE, NC – Work crews plan to resume two shifts on Tuesday if weather conditions improve enough to make conditions safe on the mountainside where the I-40 rockslide occurred.

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A rock slide in the mountains outside Asheville could disrupt traffic on Interstate 40 for months, the state Department of Transportation said Sunday. The rock slide occurred at mile marker 2.6 in Haywood County, near the Tennessee state line, shortly after 2 a.m.

www.codot.gov/news/I70rockslide.html

UPDATE: Rockfall in Glenwood Canyon, news release, March 8, 2010, 10 a.m. March 8, 2010 Update (9:00am): Around midnight, we had a major rockslide in Glenwood Canyon at mile marker 125, just west of the Hanging Lake Tunnel. Currently, eastbound and westbound I-70 is closed between approximately Dotsero and Glenwood Springs.

www.wral.com/traffic/story/7103123

The state DOT said Tuesday that a stretch of I-40 in western North Carolina could reopen by late April – six months after it was buried in a rock slide.

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