Listen: PCH, John Kelly And Las Virginis Canyon discussed on KNX Programming
"People concerned about mudslides. Absolutely. It's going to have some impact on those areas. But I also know that we're under a drought too. So it's kinda comes as a mixed blessing for us all and we're not done yet in Tustin. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a portion of Las Virginis canyon road between Mulholland highway and PCH was closed for hours after a monster of a boulder fell off a hillside in slammed into a truck. A huge boulder could have caused fatal injuries of the truck driver. According to John Kelly with the county department of public works. The rock was about three or four tons and it took out the front, right? Wheel of the truck. The truck was disabled on the shoulder of the road. We cleared. The rockets that hit the truck off the road. However are road superintendent has a really good I for this stuff. And he noticed that. There was another boulder purchase. Perched on the hill that should have come down with the other oxen didn't LA county fire truck used a heavy stream nozzle put about a thousand gallons of water of the rock thirty seconds blasting it off the hillside and onto the road. What was cleared off by work crews on the road was reopened the traffic on those version has canyon road near PCH? Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Federal investigators are looking into what caused an airplane the skit off the runway at Burbank Hollywood airport. Making some scary moments for pass those on southwest flight to seventy eight definitely have a story to tell the plane from Oakland slid off the rain drenched runway for over forty years. And that was the first time that ever happened. So it's a little scary was a passenger. He says they were told to brace themselves for a hard."