LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Rockfalls and road damage are playing havoc at Zion National Park in Utah on Thursday.
The National Park Service says rockfalls were reported on Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, while road damage has torn up parts of Kolob Canyons Road.
Engineers and staff are assessing methods for repairing the road and fixing a damaged sewer cover and riser that connects it to the sewer line.
They're also working with a utility company to repair damaged buried electrical lines.
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There is a single lane of the scenic drive open near the work area, and the Zion Canyon Shuttle is operating.
Still, the Park Service says there could be temporary road closures and shuttle delays while repairs take place.
Zion National Park has nearly 90 miles of paved and unpaid roads, along with 10 water supply systems and nine wastewater management systems, according to the Park Service.