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Gazette Premium Content US 6 over Loveland Pass closed by mudslide

Associated Press Updated: May 28, 2014 at 7:13 am
Associated Press Updated: May 28, 2014 at 7:13 am • Published: May 28, 2014

SILVER PLUME — There's no estimate yet for when US Highway 6 over Loveland Pass could reopen following a mudslide. A slide about 75 feet wide buried the highway east of the pass with 7 feet of debris on Tuesday. Photographs showed full grown pine trees, boulders and mud on the two-lane...

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SILVER PLUME — There's no estimate yet for when US Highway 6 over Loveland Pass could reopen following a mudslide.

A slide about 75 feet wide buried the highway east of the pass with 7 feet of debris on Tuesday.

Photographs showed full grown pine trees, boulders and mud on the two-lane highway.

Colorado transportation officials hope to have at least one lane reopened soon.

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