Due to Fear of Landslides Hacienda Road Closes, Connects North OC to San Gabriel Valley

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A heavily traveled road that drops down into north Orange County is now closed and will be for a whole year because they’re worried about a possible landslide.

The heavy rains have caused all kinds of road damage in Southern California.

The water has affected a road that carries thousands of commuters from north Orange County to the San Gabriel Valley.

There are detours for commuters trying to get from north OC to the San Gabriel Valley.

This affects 30,000 drivers per day. 

Fallout from the heavy rains: The closure of Hacienda Road between #LaHabraHeights & #HaciendaHeights. Landslide danger. Long detours for people trying to get from north OC to the San Gabriel Valley. And the road will be closed a year. @KNX1070 pic.twitter.com/gCg8yizLhZ

— Jon Baird (@KNXBaird) March 19, 2019

A risk of landslides has forced the closure of Hacienda Road between #OrangeCounty and #HaciendaHeights. This affects 30-thousand drivers per day. The road will closed for at least a year. @KNX1070 pic.twitter.com/vtSFQJQpio

— Jon Baird (@KNXBaird) March 19, 2019