Susana Cruz

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Highway 1 has been  closed to traffic  between Carmel and the Big Sur.  About 40 feet of the two-lane highway washed out near Rocky Creek Bridge just after five yesterday afternoon and…

Highway 1 Washed Out North of Big Sur

Highway 1 has been closed to traffic between Carmel and the Big Sur.  About 40 feet of the two-lane highway washed out near Rocky Creek Bridge just after five yesterday afternoon and…

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