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Montana/ Idaho Border: Lookout Pass Closed After Landslide

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LOOKOUT PASS, Montana- Lookout Pass near the Idaho/Montana Border is shutdown down following a landslide on I-90. D.O.T. crews are on the scene Sunday evening clearing trying to clear the scene. The slide is a little before the Taft Overpass near mile post 8. Detours have been set up. Drivers must take Highway 135 or Highway 200 north to Sandpoint. The westbound side of I-90 into Idaho is closed.
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