FORT ANN, N.Y. (AP) — A northeastern New York road has reopened two days after a massive rock slide dumped debris over a 200-foot stretch of pavement.
State transportation officials say Wednesday afternoon a contractor worked round the clock to clear Route 4 in Washington County, a key link between New York and Vermont.
Massive boulders tumbled onto the road Monday morning in Fort Ann.
The transportation department is still trying to determine why the hillside collapsed.
Searchers determined that an initial report an SUV might have been trapped under the rocks was unfounded.