Zion National Park in Utah had a landslide on Friday that covered a portion of a road with 200 tons of boulders and debris.
No one was injured in the landslide but around a dozen people were stuck and had to be rescued and then shuttled back to their hotels.
The debris from Zion Scenic Drive won’t be moved until it is dry and can safely be assessed, so officials say to expect road delays in the meantime. Other rock slides also led to the closing of two trails within the park.
It is unknown when the road will be able to be safely reopened.
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