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MOUNT WASHINGTON (KDKA) — Streets in Mount Washington and Spring Hill were forced to shut down Sunday because of landslides.

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William Street in Mount Washington closed between Boggs and Arlington avenues due to multiple landslides related to a major slide on McArdle Roadway.

Residents will be able to access the street, but it will be closed to through-traffic until further notice.

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McArdle Roadway was shut down for much of the day Saturday because of a landslide. It reopened around noon Sunday.

In Spring Hill, Gershon Street closed because of a landslide between Lucella Street and Sunset Avenue. Only residents will be allowed onto the street.

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Additionally, Noblestown Road in the West End shut down between Weaver and South Main streets on Sunday due to a rockslide. They plan to reopen it by 6 p.m. Sunday.