A landslide on Highway 199, about nine miles south of the California-Oregon border, is limiting traffic on the highway to one-way traffic this evening.

The slide occurred at 4 p.m. Thursay, with about 500 cubic yards of material falling, and was still active at 6 p.m. Caltrans warned that intermittent closures may continue, with no estimate of when the highway will return to two-way traffic.

Look for more information in the Saturday, Dec. 1, issue of the Curry Coastal Pilot. For up-to-date 24-hour road reports from both California and Oregon highway officials, you can use the links from The Pilot's Web site at

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