A large rock and mudslide early Tuesday took out a lane on Highway 1 north of Jenner and one-lane traffic was being directed around the mess, according to the CHP.

The slide was covering an entire lane. The hillside gave way on a stretch north of Meyers Grade, according to initial reports.

Caltrans initially estimated it could take several hours to remove the rocks and mud from the northbound lane. A crew was on scene providing a flag person to help alert drivers.

The slide was reported at about 4:30 a.m.

Tuesday’s coast slide was the latest of several, which occurred in the last two weeks with all of the heavy rainfall.

Sonoma County road crews Monday still were cleaning up numerous slides from the weekend.

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