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Mudslide Stable for Now

Mudslide Stable for Now



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(KSL News) -- The threat of more mudslide in Cedar Hills is gone...for now.

Geologists surveyed the mudslide near the townhomes today. They put in stakes to track any movement. Only the stake at the top of the slide moved. That's a good sign for residents.

Jim Perry, Cedar Hills City Councilman: "Certainly, at this moment, things are looking very stable and residents are certainly safe. And we're optimistic that it's going to stay that way."

Surveyors will continue to watch the slide. City workers say, as long as the weather stays dry, residents shouldn't expect more slides.

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