#HeadsUp: Wednesday night rain led to Wind River Canyon rockslide, WYDOT reports

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    (Wind River Canyon, WY) – WYDOT is urging drivers to use caution in the Wind River Canyon today, May 30, following a rockslide that took place last night, according to a post shared on the WYDOT District 5 Facebook page.

    h/t WYDOT

    The Wednesday night rainstorm reportedly caused the rockslide to occur near milepost 126.8 on US20/WY789, about six miles south of Thermopolis.

    “Again, please remember to watch for falling rocks when driving through Wyoming canyons,” the post concludes.

    There is currently no blockage at this time, and for up-to-date road conditions from WYDOT, click here.

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