WSDOT reopens two lanes of northbound I-5 in southwestern Washington after landslide

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SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington Department of Transportation has opened two lanes on the state's busiest roadway that was buried Wednesday by a massive landslide.

Some trucks had been stranded by the closure of Interstate 5 since Wednesday afternoon in Woodland, about 26 miles north of Portland

Officials said more mudslides are possible in the area after days of drenching rains.