Posts Tagged ‘Patrick’
Rocky road [Daily Triplicate]
Slide again closes Hwy. 199 for hours
Another rock slide closed U.S. Highway 199 near Patrick Creek for most of Thursday, the third time in three months the roadway has been completely blocked to traffic in that area.
Caltrans maintenance crews worked on Hwy. 199 until about 5 p.m. Thursday, when it was reopened. They cleared 2,000-3,000 tons of debris — the equivalent of 200-300 dump truck loads. Officials with the state agency said the recent spat of rock slides is due to the geology of the area and winter weather conditions.
Hwy. 199 expected to be closed until tonight [Daily Triplicate]
A rock slide has closed U.S. Highway 199 at Patrick Creek east of Gasquet and the highway is not expected to be reopened until sometime tonight, Caltrans announced Thursday morning.
The public is invited to meet with Patrick Cleary, candidate for 5th District supervisor, at the Fieldbrook Family Market on Wednesday at 5 p.m. The event will give community members an opportunity to learn more about Cleary and to share their
Rock slide delays Hwy. 199 traffic [Daily Triplicate]
A rock slide near Patrick Creek east of Gasquet on U.S. Highway 199 is causing traffic delays this morning.
The two Eureka Police Officers who fired weapons in the fatal incident that killed David Sequoia (aka David Barger) last week have been identified as Rodrigo Sanchez and Patrick Bishop. A third officer on the scene who did not fire his gun is identified as Brian Stephens.
St. Patrick’s Day [Daily Triplicate]
Wearing green and eating corned-beef and cabbage is the traditional way Americans celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day whether they are of Irish descent or not. Many pubs offer green beer to help revelers become Irish for the day.
Rock slide closes Highway 199 [Daily Triplicate]
No estimate yet on reopening
A massive rock slide north of Gasquet near Patrick Creek closed U.S. Highway 199 on Monday, and it’s still unknown when the roadway will be open to traffic.
Caltrans maintenance crews began clearing debris from both sides of the obstruction Monday, but due to the nature and location of the slide they could work only during daylight hours.
Hwy. 199 open to two-way traffic [Daily Triplicate]
U.S. Highway 199 is now open to two-way traffic after a rock slide near Patrick Creek closed the roadway early Monday morning.
Hwy. 199 may partially reopen by 2 p.m. [Daily Triplicate]
U.S. Highway 199 is still closed due to a large rock slide near Patrick Creek.