Crews from Inland Crane Inc. attach rigging to a large boulder estimated at 50 tons that crashed onto Warm Springs Avenue last January. On Tuesday, a portion of Warms Springs Avenue was closed again for falling rock.
Crews from Inland Crane Inc. attach rigging to a large boulder estimated at 50 tons that crashed onto Warm Springs Avenue last January. On Tuesday, a portion of Warms Springs Avenue was closed again for falling rock. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Crews from Inland Crane Inc. attach rigging to a large boulder estimated at 50 tons that crashed onto Warm Springs Avenue last January. On Tuesday, a portion of Warms Springs Avenue was closed again for falling rock. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Boise’s Warm Springs Avenue closed because of falling rocks

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