Mudslide Closes Heavily Traveled Road

Two lanes of a heavily traveled road in Rockcastle County were closed for several hours on Friday morning due to a mudslide.

U.S. 25 in the Livingston area was shutdown, near the Laurel County line.

State road crews brought in dump trucks and backhoes to cleanup the mess.

everything is now back to normal in the area. There's no word on what caused the mudslide.


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  • by slim Location: ky on Dec 21, 2007 at 12:25 PM
    I know what caused the mudslide it was the rain.. duh!!
  • by Resident Location: Rockcastle Co. on Dec 21, 2007 at 11:19 AM
    Hats off to the Road Crews! They always get out there and keep the roads clean and safe for everyone.While most of us sleep, they are out there all winter long in the cold salting the roadways to ensure us a safe travel.During heavy rains, mudslides ect. they work with our safety in mind. Thanks Rockcastle Co. Transportation Dept.

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