A landslide in Yosemite National Park on Wednesday damaged three cars in the parking lot of the Ahwahnee Hotel and left rocks, one the size of two SUV’s in the parking lot. Park officials evacuated the hotel as a precaution but no injuries were reported. Story at FresnoBee.com via USGS Recent Landslide Page. (Photo by Erik Skindrud, National Park Service)
A landslide occured about 9am PT yesterday in a residential neighborhood of La Jolla, just north of San Diego. No injuries have been reported, but estimates are that 2,500 people are without either power or gas because of toppled power lines and ruptured gas lines. The Soledad Mountain Road is currently impassable. I’ll update this post as more information becomes available. In the mean time, check out some video and a location map after the break.
A panel of experts in civil engineering and geotechnical engineering has completed their investigation into the failure of the slope above Freeway No. 3 in Taiwan last April that killed 4 people. Their forensic geotechnical […]