CEDAR CITY -- Transportation officials say a massive landslide that closed a state highway in southern Utah will take months and millions of dollars to remove.
Geologists tell the Deseret News (http://bit.ly/vUZ0d2 ) they are still trying to figure out where to put the debris from the Oct. 8 slide that took out a stretch of state Route 14 eight miles east of Cedar City.
The slide has cut off direct access to Southern Utah University's convention and events center. School officials say they are uncertain if the Mountain Center will remain open through the winter because of the landslide.
Route 14 is used to by people traveling to places such as Bryce Canyon National Park and ranchers with cattle on range land.
Officials say the road likely won't reopen until June.