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Phone: (310) 540-5511 ext. 6358


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San Pedro Landslide
Date: 11/15/2011 Album ID: 900000
Photos by Robert Casillas
A landslide on Paseo Del Mar just north of Weymouth Ave in San Pedro is being evaluated by geologists and city personnel.
San Pedro--12/01/09- Staff Photo: Robert Casillas-- A landslide on Paseo Del Mar just north of Weymouth Ave in San Pedro is being evaluated by geologists and city personnel. Sidewalk has been closed down as precaution.
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San Pedro--12/01/09- Staff Photo: Robert Casillas-- A landslide on Paseo Del Mar just north of Weymouth Ave in San Pedro is being evaluated by geologists and city personnel.
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San Pedro--12/01/09- Staff Photo: Robert Casillas-- A landslide on Paseo Del Mar just north of Weymouth Ave in San Pedro is being evaluated by geologists and city personnel. City of Los Angeles engineer geologist Craig Kunesh surveys fault line of slide.
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photo: Scott Varley
An aerial view of the landslide area above Singingwood Drive in Torrance.
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A newly discovered landslide in RPV will likly cost more than $1 million to fix. The slide is parly in RPV parltly in county and partly in L.A. so all parties will be working together. Chuck bennett 4/17/03
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The hillside along Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro is slowly collapsing into the sea in this image taken Monday evening work light illuminate the work area. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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Workers detach a guard rail along Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro. The road is closed due to a potential landslide. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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A landslide destroyed Poppy Trail road in Rolling Hills five years ago and blocked access to eight homes. Complicated litigations ensued and are now settled. The end result being the city buying the property where the landslide took place and dividing it into two lots to sell, as well as the future restructuring of the hillside and roadway. City Manager Tony Dahlerbruch shows plans for what will be done with slide area.
August 26, 2010. Photo by Steve McCrank.
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A long crack is visable that crosses Paseo Del Mar and into the White Point Nature Preserve in San Pedro. Signs are up warning of a landslide potential. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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A closed section of Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro has signs up warning of a potential landslide. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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LADWP workers are in the process of rerouting powerlines from Paseo Del Mar through the White Point Nature Preserve around the landslide area. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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A family walks through the White Point Nature Preserve around the landslide area. Newly installed netting keeps people away from the slide area. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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The road down to the beach from Paseo Del Mar has been closed from the recent landslide activity. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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The beach below the landslide area on Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro is covered with fresh rock that has slid down the hillside. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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The water at the base of the landslide area along Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro has taken on a muddy cast in the area where fresh rock continues to erode down the cliff face. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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LADWP workers are in the process of rerouting powerlines from Paseo Del Mar through the White Point Nature Preserve around the landslide area. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze
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