San Diego freight trains stopped again by San Clemente landslide

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Soggy slope slips almost 3 feet in 24 hours, getting close to railroad tracks at Mariposa Pedestrian Bridge site

Freight trains to and from the Port of San Diego will be suspended again Tuesday night by a slow-moving landslide that threatens the tracks at San Clemente. 'The project team confirms the slope has moved between 1.5 and 3 feet in the last 24 hours,' said Scott Johnson, Metrolink director of communications, late Tuesday afternoon. Debris at the toe of the slope is nearing the railroad right-of-way and could be on the tracks in the next few hours, he said.

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