This definitely ain’t a good look for our homies on the West Side… ish is looking more like the “west slide” right now.
Officials are assessing the damage from a landslide in San Pedro that was accelerated Sunday by storms that washed chunks of a buckled bluff-top roadway into the ocean.
Rain exacerbated the slow-moving landslide that has left large, deepening crevices on Paseo del Mar, which runs along a coastal bluff near White Point Nature Preserve.
By Sunday, the roadway had broken into pieces that crumbled into the gaping holes, while other sections fell into the ocean below.
Officials have closed off Paseo del Mar from Weymouth and Western avenues, and are asking for people to keep their distance because the land remains unstable.
City and county crews have for weeks been hustling to relocate sewer pipes, water lines and other infrastructure beneath the sinking roadway.
It’s fortunate that there haven’t been reports of human injuries or deaths, but still — would you want to live anywhere NEAR this growing hole???