Update – The landslide has destroyed at least one home, damaged a church, blocked roads and caused dozens of residents to be evacuated, according to local media:
Update – Blocked creek flowing again:
We’ve had success! Stream is open and flowing.
— David Armstrong (@chief5area5) March 13, 2015
Update – Animal Shelters in the area are now being evacuated:
Update – Latest Images:
— Mike Plante (@researchwins) March 13, 2015
Residents in the affected areas of Keystone Drive and Barlow Drive are strongly urged to consider evacuating the area due to the potential of flooding caused by the collapse of the hillside at Yeager Airport.
Image of the area impacted by the slip. Aircraft don’t land/takeoff on the fill area and flights continue to operate. pic.twitter.com/pxNA06V48b
— Yeager Airport (@YeagerAirport) March 12, 2015
— Lawrence Messina (@lmessina) March 12, 2015
Land slide Keystone Drive. Road closed, people urged to evacuate area pic.twitter.com/QbWP8zvfTf
— KCC EmerManagement (@KCCDHSEM) March 12, 2015