Time Lapse Video of Snake River Landslide

Posted on May 21, 2011

Wyoming DOT released a timpe lapse video fo a slow moving Snake River mudslide. You can see a photograph of the landslide here on the American Geophysical Union's Landslide Blog that shows the landslide covered and blocked a road. The Landslide Blog says the landslide is only moving at the rate of about 50 cm per hour. This slow movement enables DOT workers to move around in the landslide without getting swept away. In the time lapse video the workers' movements appear sped up, like they are Benny Hill characters. Take a look:



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