Mudslide temporarily closes Wolf Creek Pass

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Photo courtesy Colorado Department of Transportation
A mudslide caused Wolf Creek Pass to close the night of June 7 with the road reopening the next morning. Mud and debris, which included rocks, water and trees, crossed the roadway. CDOT crews anticipate more incidents such as this one as the snowmelt continues.

A mudslide due to snowmelt caused Wolf Creek Pass to close the night of June 7, but the pass was reopened the morning of June 8 following work done by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).
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