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Road access to Kingfisher expected by noon today

Crews continue to make progress after a landslide cut off the Kingfisher/Mabel Lake area.

Single-lane alternating traffic on a scheduled basis will be open to general public traffic on Mabel Lake Road at about noon today.

Power to the affected region east of Cooke Creek was restored at 9 p.m. Saturday.

 

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