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Rockslide on U.S. Highway 40 on March 28

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Colorado Department of Transportation employee Chris Miller uses a front-end loader to remove parts of a rock that slid onto U.S. Highway 40 on Monday morning. The rocks struck two westbound vehicles and closed the road for two hours. One lane of the road was reopened as crews had to use explosives to break up the rock before it could be removed.


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