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  • Crews install steel mesh along Hwy. 41 to prevent future rockslides

    Watch as 75-foot rolls of steel mesh are unrolled above Highway 41 to control rockfall. Crews are working in the wake of a massive rock and mudslide in January that closed the highway between Morro Bay and Atascadero.

Watch as 75-foot rolls of steel mesh are unrolled above Highway 41 to control rockfall. Crews are working in the wake of a massive rock and mudslide in January that closed the highway between Morro Bay and Atascadero. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Watch as 75-foot rolls of steel mesh are unrolled above Highway 41 to control rockfall. Crews are working in the wake of a massive rock and mudslide in January that closed the highway between Morro Bay and Atascadero. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Hwy. 41 could reopen this weekend, more than a month after rockslide

February 09, 2017 03:52 PM