Nadine Road in Penn Hills still closed following weekend landslide
Nadine Road remains closed as of Monday afternoon following a landslide over the weekend, county officials said.
County spokeswoman Amie Downs said the road is closed while work crews remove trees from the road and Duquesne Lihgt crews restore power lines.
Downs said the cause of the slide is also being evaluated. When that is complete, “we expect the road will be reopened, but have no timeframe at this point,” Downs said.
For motorists, Sandy Creek Road provides an alternate route down the hill to Allegheny River Boulevard.
Patrick Varine is an editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-320-7845 or email@example.com.
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