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Excavators at work to clear the landslide on Scenic Highway

A large excavator works to clear lose rock and earth from the cliff adjacent to the Scenic Highway near Statue Bay. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
A large excavator works to clear lose rock and earth from the cliff adjacent to the Scenic Highway near Statue Bay. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

TWO excavators are working on-site, clearing loose rock and earth from the cliff-face next to the Scenic Hwy near Statue Bay.

The highway remains closed due to damage caused by Cyclone Marcia, and detours are in place.

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Livingstone Shire Mayor Bill Ludwig yesterday said re-opening the highway was a priority.

He said it was hoped the southbound access could open as early as this week, but the northbound access would take much longer.

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