The latest landslide on McArdle Roadway on Mount Washington continues to keep the busy local street closed today; and as it turns out, the damage is worse than first thought.
It could be a few more days before McArdle Roadway on Mt. Washington reopens following a rockslide there earlier this week.
A rock slide last night is continuing to cause problems for drivers on Mt. Washington as part of McArdle Roadway remains closed today.
Part of the hillside along Route 30 in Forest Hills gave way, which sent debris crashing onto the roadway overnight.
The morning commute on Route 28 was obstructed Tuesday morning after a rockslide caused an accident.
There’s some good news for drivers in Washington County today following the closure of a road due to a landslide last month.
Efforts to clear away the mess of yet another landslide got underway overnight, this time in Indiana Township. The land started to give way around 11 p.m. Wednesday and has closed the intersection near Lefever Hill Road and Rich Hill Road.
Work to remove boulders from Route 88 in Washington County will begin soon. According to PennDOT, the Joseph B. Fay Company has started to move equipment to the rockslide in East Bethlehem Township.
Rocks as large as cars are blocking a road in Washington County after part of a hillside gave way over the weekend.
A rockslide has closed part of Route 88 in Washington County. PennDOT says large rocks have fallen onto the roadway.
A rock slide that shut down a busy roadway near Mount Washington early this morning has been reopened.
NORTH BRADDOCK (KDKA) – Retired McKeesport Fire Chief Fred Bray was driving home to McKeesport from Braddock Hills, when his SUV was damaged in a rockslide on Ardmore Boulevard in North Braddock. Bray was in […]