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A section of U.S. Highway 101 remained closed as of Tuesday, Jan. 10, about 12 miles south of Port Orford after a landslide caused a collapse in the highway.

The landslide caused a roughly 200-yard segment of highway to drop as much as 12 feet in some spots. The Oregon Department of Transportation were working to keep the stretch of Highway 101 just south of Port Orford open when it started moving more significantly early Monday morning.

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