- Associated Press - Sunday, April 13, 2014

WARRENSBURG, N.Y. (AP) - The Warren County Sheriff’s Office says a road closed by a mudslide in the southeastern Adirondacks has been reopened after the debris was cleared.

The sheriff’s office says Route 418 from Warrensburg to Thurman was closed Saturday evening after mud and trees covered about 100 feet of the roadway. No cars were in the path and no injuries were reported.

The road, also called River Street, was closed from Mill Bridge in Warrensburg to the Thurman Train Station. It was reopened Sunday afternoon.

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