Bluefield, WV (WVNS) -- Drivers on I-77 in Bluefield, West Virginia couldn't help but stop during a rockslide.
The West Virginia Department of Transportation has been busy at work trying to clear the roadway. Crews must first stabilize it before they can make permanent corrections. But it could be closed through the weekend. Concrete barriers are in place in the slow lane of I-77, to hold back debris from the rockslide.
Route 460 at Exit 1, then travel toward Princeton and get back onto the Interstate at Exit 9.
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