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UPDATE: No evidence of vehicle under Fort Ann rock slide

A 9:09 a.m. rockslide that fell into the southbound traffic lane of Route 4, 100 yards north of Kelsey Pond Road in the town of Fort Ann, Washington County. Route 4 is closed to traffic until further notice. State Police are using a thermal imaging device to find out if a vehicle is under the pile of rock.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
A 9:09 a.m. rockslide that fell into the southbound traffic lane of Route 4, 100 yards north of Kelsey Pond Road in the town of Fort Ann, Washington County. Route 4 is closed to traffic until further notice. State Police are using a thermal imaging device to find out if a vehicle is under the pile of rock.
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A cliff alongside a Fort Ann road collapsed early today, spilling massive boulders across the two lanes that will remain closed until at least Tuesday morning. Police responded to Route 4 after 9 a.m. today after reports of a rock slide. A witness told police she watched in her rear-view mirror as an SUV disappeared under the rocks. But infrared cameras didn’t detect any source of heat under the rubble, no fluids were seen flowing ...


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