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Article: Search continues for clues to U.S. 89 Failure

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Crux is providing emergency core drilling and instrumentation for the Arizona Department of Transportation on U.S. 89 near Page, AZ.

More than 150 feet of roadway buckled on February 20, and the highway is currently closed.  Core samples and inclinometer installations will help to locate where the landslide occurred and determine the current stability of the ground under the roadway. Crux’s specialized core drill is providing the project with alternative access methods to damaged areas, and core samples that can locate problem areas with higher accuracy than standard auger drills.

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