La Tuna Canyon Road in Sun Valley was reopened in Sun Valley following a landslide due to last week's storm, authorities said Monday.
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering made the announcement on social media about 9:30 p.m. Sunday. "Thank you Angelenos for your patience!" the bureau posted. Crews from the Bureau of Engineering pumped water out of the landslide and determined the area was stable before allowing it to open, officials said.
The hole, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high, opened up Wednesday around 4 p.m. less than a mile west of the 201 Freeway. The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering is looking into what caused the slope failure.