|Collision with falling rock kills van driver on Highway 70|
Emergency personnel first on the scene performed CPR, but were unable to revive the victim.
According to Will Farris, Feather Publishing reporter on the scene, it appeared the victim was killed on impact. He described the boulder as looking more like a slab of the mountain.
The highway is open to one-way controlled traffic.
CalTrans engineers will have to assess the stability of the hillside as well as the integrity of the road bed which is thought to be heavily damnaged.
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