Travel Alert: Rockslide causes delays on US 2 in Chelan County
CHELAN COUNTY, Wash. – WSP posted on Twitter around 8 a.m. Tuesday morning that a landslide on US 2 in Tumwater Canyon west of Leavenworth will be closed briefly. WSP said crews had to blast the rock to clear it.
Private John Bryant said on Twitter: “Consider delaying your trip or using an alternate route if you plan to use US2 in Chelan County.”
The KAPP-KVEW weather team said snow and showers had loosened the ground on major mountain passes over the past two days.
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WSP recommends checking your travel conditions before you travel. Click here: Traffic conditions – WSP (wa.gov).
A rockslide on US 2 in Tumwater Canyon west of Leavenworth will require a brief road closure this morning so our crew can blast the rock out and clear it. Thanks for your patience! pic.twitter.com/aMKvM2emLs
– WSDOT East (@WSDOT_East) March 22, 2022
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