GOLD BEACH Ore. — A landslide has blocked the northbound lane of Highway 101 about six miles south of Gold Beach, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).
The blocked lane has been closed off to traffic, and vehicles are being directed around it. At this time, ODOT estimates delays of 20 minutes or less.
ODOT said that the lane will remain closed at least through the night, until crews can clear debris from the roadway.
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