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Officials warn more rocks will fall on roads as weather warms

DENVER (AP) ” As weather warms, more and more rocks are being dislodged and falling on highways or near them.

Nancy Shanks of the state transportation department says a boulder 30-feet long, 12-feet wide and 12-feet tall tumbled down McClure Pass. It landed on the edge of Highway 133 between Paonia and Carbondale.

On Friday, a truck hit a basketball-sized rock on westbound Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon. State troopers say a truck passenger was treated for minor injuries.


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