Pacific Coast Highway Reopens After Mudslide - NBC Southern California

Pacific Coast Highway Reopens After Mudslide



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    Heavy mud flow at Pacific Coast Highway and Leo Carrillo made for a messy commute on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.

    Pacific Coast Highway reopened Thursday night after being shut down for most of the day after a mudslide closed a stretch of the coast road between Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

    The highway was closed Thursday morning near Leo Carrillo State Beach.

    Crews cleared muck after a storm pounded the area that had been recently burned in the Woolsey Fire.

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