Listen: John Kelly, Virginis Canyon And John Baird KNX discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson
"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 rockslides caused problems all day in the Wolsey fire zone near Malibu one massive boulder. Took out a truck and close less Virginis canyon north of PCH for two hours. The four ton rock fell off the side of a steep cliff and slammed into the right front wheel of a medium sized flatbed truck, tearing it off the axle John Kelly with the county department of public works said there was enough of the boulder ruining on the cliff. It was ready to fall on the cars. So they had to call in the county fire department for help they used a high pressure nozzle to solve the problem they aimed at right in the crevice between the rock and the rock. Outcrop and in less than thirty seconds it popped out. It would have fallen right in a traffic lane. So it's good that we got it out Kelly said, well, this particular problem was resolved. There's still a risk of rockslides happening in canyon areas that have been burned over and are now rain saturated he advised people who drive those roads to be extra careful of the future on those version of canyon road. Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Federal investigators are looking into what caused an airplane to skid off the runway at Burbank Hollywood airport making for some scary moments for passengers those on south west 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 landing. I don't think."