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Wyoming pass landslide brings mountain-sized headache to commuting tourist town workers

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Wyoming Teton Pass Damage
June 10, 2024

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A landslide that wiped out a vital two-lane road in western Wyoming is causing a mountain of headaches for thousands of commuting tourist town workers at the outset of the Yellowstone region's busy summer season.

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