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Quake triggers landslide that shaves face of Bookcliffs

From his seat astride his ATV in the Gearhat Mine Trail parking lot, Chuck Zobel scans the rocky crest of the Bookcliffs with a pair of high-powered binoculars for more loose rock at mid-morning Thursday after a large rockslide came tumbling down around dawn. Zobel lives in a home along G 7/10 Road directly south of the slide on the other side of the interstate from the Bookcliffs.



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From his seat astride his ATV in the Gearhat Mine Trail parking lot, Chuck Zobel scans the rocky crest of the Bookcliffs with a pair of high-powered binoculars for more loose rock at mid-morning Thursday after a large rockslide came tumbling down around dawn. Zobel lives in a home along G 7/10 Road directly south of the slide on the other side of the interstate from the Bookcliffs.

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