Pacific Coast Highway Reopens After Mudslide - NBC Southern California

Pacific Coast Highway Reopens After Mudslide



    Be the Toast of the Breeders’ Cup
    LASD Reserve Officer Tommy Fakehany
    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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