The Big Sur Health Center will remain closed until we can get power, water and phones restored. If you are in need of medical advise or need prescription refills, please cal our number, (831) 667-2580, and speak with the answering service. For true emergencies, please call 911. Be safe out there!
Above McLeod’s, Photos by Adam Slawter
Click link below for full article from The Guardian:
“When rocks stop falling, state workers can begin cleanup of the coastal highway – but authorities said many miles of this major highway could be closed for up to a year while the damaged bridge is restored or replaced.”
Note: We will be adding additional Pfeiffer Creek Bridge photos as things evolve.
Photo was taken Tuesday, Feb. 21 AM by Kristen Parkhurst
5 pm update: KION reporting the closure has been moved to Garrapata Beach.
Photos from yesterday and today show various slides and challenges on: (1-4) the Pfeiffer Cyn. Bridge (PM 45.5), (5-7) the River Inn (PM 49.03) and (8) Capt. Cooper School (PM 50)
Locals may travel in a truck, daytime only 1) between Ragged. Pt. and Lucia and 2) Molera Park Entrance and Granite Cyn. Bridge. Or north.
Another update regarding the Highway 1 Big Sur Coast will be provided around mid-morning tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 22.
NOTE: For information on emergency services for the Big Sur Coast, you may contact Gerry Malais, Mon. Co. OES via email at: email@example.com or Maia Carroll, Mon. Co. OES PIO at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (831) 796-3092.
Susana Z. Cruz
Caltrans District 5
Public Information Office
At 1200 AM PST Tuesday morning the stream gage on the Big Sur River near Big Sur reported a stage of 11.8 feet. Flood stage at this location is 10.0 feet. Steady moderate to heavy rain has ended across the area and only scattered showers are expected overnight. However, runoff from heavy rain earlier on Monday will maintain flood levels on the river overnight and into Tuesday morning.At 1200 AM PST Tuesday morning the stream gage on the Big Sur River near Big Sur reported a stage of 11.8 feet. Flood stage at this location is 10.0 feet. Steady moderate to heavy rain has ended across the area and only scattered showers are expected overnight. However, runoff from heavy rain earlier on Monday will maintain flood levels on the river overnight and into Tuesday morning.
(Zoe Esparza via Facebook)
(photos by lucasryancv)
From Cachagua Fire Facebook page:
Cachagua Residents living along Cachagua Rd between mile markers 1.2 and 5.5 are landlocked. They are blocked by a washout at 1.2 and a downed powerline at 5.5. Crews have been notified.
Cachagua Road is closed at mile marker 1.2 until further notice. The road has been completely destroyed and is impassable.
It looks like the runoff worked its way under the section of road (for about 100 yards) and the road is now gone.
Additional photos can be found on Cachagua Fire’s Facebook page here
CHP Detail Information:
6:43 AM 9  ETA FOR CORDS THEY NEED TO BLOCK OFF BOTH SIDES
6:43 AM 8  1097 MM 1.1 THE RDWAY IS COMPLETELY UNDERMINED
6:41 AM 7  PER CAL FIRE THEY ARE 98
5:13 AM 6  1039 27-62 FOR A WATCH
5:05 AM 5  1039 27-22G OIC
5:05 AM 4  PER MTRY CALFIRE , RDWY IS GONE, REQ A HARD CLOSURE, MTRY CALFIRE WILL NTFY MTRY COM FOR CO RDS
4:44 AM 3  1039 27-22G 106 MY17
4:40 AM 2  PER MTY COMM FIRE ENRT
4:40 AM 1  LG PORTION OF THE RDWY IS WASHED AWAY
6:02 AM 2 Unit Assigned
6:44 AM 1 Unit At Scene
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