PITTSBURGH - A landslide caused a large tree to fall down a hillside and onto a road in the North Side Thursday morning.
Officials said Gershon Street was completely blocked by the 30-foot tree and other debris from the landslide. The tree was also caught up in power lines over the road, which caused some to lose power.
Crews were at the scene working to cut the power and remove the tree. There is no word when the road will reopen.
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