A Big Rock Hits Close to Home A huge boulder blocked Topanga Canyon Road in Southern California for much of the past week, illustrating the drama of torrential rains and mudslides in the region. Commentator Rick Cleveland, an executive producer for the TV program Six Feet Under, says the boulder hit pretty close to home.
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A huge boulder blocked Topanga Canyon Road in Southern California for much of the past week, illustrating the drama of torrential rains and mudslides in the region. Commentator Rick Cleveland, an executive producer for the TV program Six Feet Under, says the boulder hit pretty close to home.

Demolition crews drill holes into a huge boulder that fell onto a road near Malibu, Calif., following heavy rains, Jan. 10, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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Demolition crews drill holes into a huge boulder that fell onto a road near Malibu, Calif., following heavy rains, Jan. 10, 2005.

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