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New aerial video shows Riverdale landslide’s alarming progress

Tuesday , April 03, 2018 - 2:38 PM

RIVERDALE — A new aerial video helps show the extent of the Spring Creek Road Landslide, which has prompted evacuations and continues to grow as spring runoff increases.

The Riverdale landslide started on Nov. 19, 2017, and for more than four months, the damage has been growing. Several homes have been evacuated, tons of mud and debris have been washed away and geologists from the Utah Geological Survey expect the slide to continue expanding.

See photos from the landslide below:

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