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  1. Teri Sargent-Allen Did you see this?

  2. Is that part of el niño? 👶🏻

  3. This really stinks! It took me an additional 20 minutes to get home tonight.

  4. Chad Schmitt Chad Schmitt says:

    Climate change, were doomed, Bern Man said it.

  5. Traffic was bad on via princessa exit to Sierra Hwy is it because of the Rd closure?

  6. Mother nature claiming herself

  7. why exactly is this happening?

  8. Pyh godt jeg ikke kørte lige der😳😳😳

  9. Johnny Lopez Johnny Lopez says:

    What’s causing this somethings going on!

  10. Erica Egar Erica Egar says:

    Terri Erickson Egar

  11. All the slow and inexperienced drivers clogging boquet canyon due to this, are really gettin on my nerves!

  12. Damn…..those banks steeper than Talladega!

  13. Lots of traffic on Haskell as well now! : (

  14. Chris Hosea Chris Hosea says:

    Evil Knievel could clear that.

  15. Rob Winkler Rob Winkler says:

    All crack is bad!

  16. Brian Fisher Brian Fisher says:

    Does San Andreas fault run through there?

  17. I sure feel for the people who live down in there. Are they stuck in there? No mail delivery they’ll have to go to the post office.

    • Theres a way out on both sides of this buckled road luckily, so they can get out! This whole canyon is very grainy and has been forever! Im suprised the whe canyon didnt collapse years ago! My biggest fear though is weather the Ca Fault line runs through here too, cause i know it runs through Placerita Nature Center and thats only five miles away and we havent had really any rain at all either! And the soil is so dry like beach sand in a way! Nothing to hold it together! I took scenery pics on this mountain for a few years in the spring and the ground swallowed my foot, it just sank into it trying to climb a couple feet up the hillside so its been very unstable for years!!!

  18. I would love to see a time lapse video somehow of this happening.

  19. Carolina says:

    I was driving on San Francisquito North this evening and I noticed the road was very bumpy and tilting over quite a bit at about the 12 mile marker north. Has anyone else noticed any changes or this shift in the road as well?

  20. Errosion due to unstable soil under the roadway which ultimately caused a landslide that led to the start of the roadway to buckle like this.

  21. Wow Susie Schienle we just watched San Andreas so this is freaky

  22. Herb Schmidl Herb Schmidl says:

    El Niño? San Andreas? Engineers? So glad nobody got hurt

  23. Sweeeet! I’m usually board on that stretch of road! Now I can lock my Jeep on low range and crawl over the part!

  24. Well there goes the back roads

  25. I’ve driven this road a million times I have a special daughter that lives at lark ranch which is down from this road hope it stops sliding

  26. Bob,Buechner says:

    This happened in 1969 also at the same area of Vasquez Cyn.

  27. Richard Trimble says:

    This is a good thing. It will lessen the traffic on Bouquet Cyn.. Very noisy with the thousands of cars daily. Our planners have allowed to be built high speed highways thru residential neighborhoods. These planners are the same types you find in Washington, No brains.

  28. Climate change!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh wait I mean GLOBAL WARMING!!!!!!!!!!!

    No wait…

    “UNSTABLING OF THINGS THAT WE MAY HAVE CAUSED, YET MOST LIKELY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH. DO TO NATURAL OCCURING WEATHER EVENTS!!!!!!!!”

  29. David Rivera David Rivera says:

    Michelle Valdez look how bad it is now

  30. It we I’ll be ok…pray!

  31. Bart Joseph Bart Joseph says:

    Lets build a tunnel for a high speed train….

  32. Wow, I just drove through that street 3 weeks ago and it was fine .
    Unbelievable

  33. Ron Cox Ron Cox says:

    When did this happen? I lived in Saugus for 10 years.

  34. Who cares since Lombardi Ranch is closed.

  35. Denise Boon Denise Boon says:

    Daleana Friel & Derrill Boon, did you guys see this?

  36. I’m waiting to see if we’re about to have a big EQ. Oh how I hope I’m wrong.

  37. Lisa Aguirre Lisa Aguirre says:

    That’s one big mess!

  38. Christopher Novak😳

  39. Theres a way out on both sides of this buckled road luckily, so they can get out! This whole canyon is very grainy and has been forever! Im suprised the whole canyon didn’t collapse years ago! My biggest fear though is weather the Ca Fault line runs through here too, cause i know it runs through Placerita Nature Center and thats only five miles away and we havent had really any rain at all either to be a culprit to this kinda damage! In fact its the opposite, the soil is so dry like beach sand in a way! Nothing to hold it together! I took scenery pics on this mountain for a few years in the spring and the ground swallowed my foot, it just sank into it trying to climb a couple feet up the hillside so its been very unstable for years!!!

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