Cleanup work was underway on State Route 96 outside Happy Camp, California, on February 22 after a landslide covered the highway in more than 30,000 cubic yards of debris, California’s Department of Transportation said.
This footage shows diggers and trucks moving some of the debris; approximately 5,000 cubic yards had been removed as of February 22. The landslide occurred on the morning of February 18.
According to local news reports, one lane of the highway was closed in January following a similar landslide. Credit: Caltrans District 2 via Storyful