Greenville Co. Road Reopens After Mudslide - WSPA.com

Greenville Co. Road Reopens After Mudslide

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The mudslide happened in the northern part of the county on Dividing Waters Road in Travelers Rest, just off Highway 11 around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. The mudslide happened in the northern part of the county on Dividing Waters Road in Travelers Rest, just off Highway 11 around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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Updated: May 23, 2013

A Greenville County road is now open after a mudslide overnight.

It happened in the northern part of the county on Dividing Waters Road in Travelers Rest, just off Highway 11 around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.

7 On Your Side photojournalist Jessica Winfrey reports that things have been cleaned up and very little evidence of the slide remains. 

Posted: May 22, 2013

Glassy Mountain firefighters are looking into a mudslide in northern Greenville County.

The mudslide happened on Dividing Waters Road in Travelers Rest, just off of Highway 11 around 9:30 pm on Wednesday. According to a spokesman from the Glassy Mountain Fire Department, a bunch of mud and gravel has blocked at least one lane of the road and bulldozers have been called to help with its removal. 

The Department of Transportation has been called to assist. No detours have been set up as of yet, however a spokesman for the South Carolina Highway Patrol says that motorists are urged to avoid the area if possible.

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