Rain possibility prompts new mudslide warning

Sep 24, 2014 1:05 PM by News Staff

With U.S. Forest Service crews still working to clear a mud flow happened Saturday on Mt. Shasta, officials warn rain could cause more mudslides.

Officials say they are worried about flooding near Mount Shasta with some rain expected to move through this evening.

Two public roads near Mount Shasta, Pilgrim Creek Road and Forest Service Road 31, were impacted by Saturday's mud flow and remain closed.

Saturday's mudslide happened when the tip of a glacier broke off and sent a torrent of muck, logs and rocks down Mount Shasta's southeast side.


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