Landslide damages stretch of Highway 12 in Bryce Canyon National Park

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A portion of Highway 12 in Bryce Canyon National Park has been damaged by a landslide, resulting in delays for drivers.

Bryce Canyon National Park tweeted about the spring-related landslide Friday, saying the erosion impacted a portion of Highway 12 near Mossy Cave and reduced the road to a single lane.

One-way travel in the area is being controlled by traffic lights, and drivers should expect delays of a few minutes. Park officials say road crews are still assessing what is still a very active situation as of Friday.

There were no reports of injury in connection with the incident.

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