Highway 154 Reopened After Rockslide
Caltrans and California Highway Patrol (CHP) have reopened Highway 154 after being closed due to a small rockslide Sunday evening.
A vehicle was reported to be off the roadway just before 6:00 p.m. Crews on the scene believed the vehicle had collided with boulders and large rocks that slide onto the roadway.
The roadway was closed in both directions and was reopened around 8:15 p.m.
@CaltransD5 is on scene clearing SR 154 E/B. Caltrans believes they will clear the roadway in about 20 minutes. Please use US 101 as an alternate route until the roadway is clear.@KEYTNC3 @KSBY @Edhat @NoozhawkNews @countyofsb @SBIndyNews @760Rholguin @CHP_Coastal pic.twitter.com/ujsdgnUbd4
— Santa Barbara CHP (@CHP_SantaBarb) December 9, 2019
Reported by Roger the Scanner Guy
Vehicle accidents on 154 At Painted Cave. Multi Vehicles involved, one hit a Boulder in the road several followed. At Highway 154 and West Camino Cielo a Rollover into a Ditch.