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California Works to Reopen Mud-caked Road

Crews on Monday hauled away the last of more than 100 cars buried by mud on a California highway during flash flooding last week, but tons of hardened mud still needs to be removed before traffic starts flowing again, officials said. Drainage systems also needed to be cleared along an 8-mile stretch of State Route 58 in Kern County, about 110 miles north of downtown Los Angeles, said Florene Trainor, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Transportation. Officials hope to...

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