Three roads reopened in Livermore after mudslide

LIVERMORE, Calif. (KGO) -- Crews worked through the night to clear thick mud that washed into several rural roads after yesterday's wild storm. The roads were closed and drivers cut off.

The intersection of Patterson Pass and Cross Roads re-opened early this morning. Heavy rain caused mudflows across several roads, including Patterson Pass, Tesla and Corral Hollow, east of Livermore. Drivers who tried to get through it ended up stuck in several inches of thick mud.

The Alameda County Department of Public Works brought in heavy equipment up get the roads reopen in time for the morning commute.

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