Update: Rockslide on Highway 28 near Sand Harbor cleared
A rockslide that blocked a portion of Highway 28 on Friday afternoon has been cleared.
The update from the Nevada Department of Transportation was sent out at 4:36 p.m. on Jan. 5, approximately half an hour after a tweet notified drivers the road had been blocked by a rock slide.
A rockslide closed lanes south of Sand Harbor on Highway 28 on Friday, Jan. 5, according to a tweet from the Nevada Department of Transportation.
The department is asking drivers to look for an alternate route.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
Rockslide – SR-28 both directions South of Sand Harbor
Both directions are blocked. Use alternate route. https://t.co/xDLCLYbPwy
— Nevada DOT (@nevadadot) January 6, 2018