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By Samuel Alioto
Observer Staff Writer 

Mudslide Closes California Ramp in Santa Monica Tuesday Morning

"Traffic Hazard" cited by City in an e mail sent at 7 am PST

 

January 29, 2019

The City of Santa Monica is responding to a traffic hazard. The California decline between Ocean and Pacific Coast Highway will be closed for an unknown duration of time. Use alternative routes. The incline from Pacific Coast Highway to Ocean Avenue is not affected at this time.

A small mudslide onto the California Ramp has closed the road to traffic on Tuesday morning. The City sent out the following general e mail at 7 am Tuesday morning:

"The City of Santa Monica is responding to a traffic hazard. The California decline between Ocean and Pacific Coast Highway will be closed for an unknown duration of time. Use alternative routes. The incline from Pacific Coast Highway to Ocean Avenue is not affected at this time."





 

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