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In this photo supplied by Yosemite National Park, dust rises from a rockfall on Monday, March 31, 2014. Officials at Yosemite National Park say a massive amount of rock has fallen from a cliff, closing a hiking trail. The National Park Service said nobody was hurt on March 31 when approximately 16,000 tons of rock fell 500 feet from a cliff near Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. Officials say the rock crashed down from a cliff east of Wapama Falls. Some 400 feet of the Rancheria Falls Trail were destroyed and park staff says it will remain closed for now. Park officials say hikers can still get to Wampama Falls starting at O'Shaughnessy Dam. (AP Photo/Yosemite National Park)

In this photo supplied by Yosemite National Park, dust rises from a rockfall on Monday, March 31, 2014. Officials at Yosemite National Park say a massive amount of rock has fallen from a cliff, closing a hiking trail. The National Park Service said nobody was hurt on March 31 when approximately 16,000 tons of rock fell 500 feet from a cliff near Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. Officials say the rock crashed down from a cliff east of Wapama Falls. Some 400 feet of the Rancheria Falls Trail were destroyed and park staff says it will remain closed for now. Park officials say hikers can still get to Wampama Falls starting at O'Shaughnessy Dam. (AP Photo/Yosemite National Park)

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