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At least 10 landslides triggered by heavy rainfall rocked the North Klondike Highway near Dawson City starting on Sept. 22. (Submitted/Department of Highways and Public Works)

Yukon government continues monitoring slope activity in recent landslide areas near Dawson City

Jim Regimbal says there is “minimal” possibility of more landslides in those areas

 

A series of landslides hit the North Klondike Highway near the Dempster Highway cutoff. (Submitted/Department of Highways and Public Works)

UPDATE: North Klondike Highway still closed; 40 people transported by helicopter

Department of Highways and Public Works does not know when the road will reopen

 

The base of the escarpment area downtown has been closed off to the public as new tension cracks continue to form. (Lawrie Crawford/Yukon News)

City of Whitehorse closes off more escarpment areas

Tension cracks continue to impact clay cliffs

 

This photo provided by the Alaska National Guard shows an Alaska Army National Guard helicopter conducting search and rescue in Haines, Alaska, after a major landslide Dec. 3, 2020. The Government of Yukon has provided $25,000 to the Salvation Army in support of Haines. (Alaska Army National Guard)
This photo provided by the Alaska National Guard shows an Alaska Army National Guard helicopter conducting search and rescue in Haines, Alaska, after a major landslide Dec. 3, 2020. The Government of Yukon has provided $25,000 to the Salvation Army in support of Haines. (Alaska Army National Guard)
The Coast Guard is responding to rainfall-fueled landslides in Haines, shown here from a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk, on Dec. 3. (Lt. Erick Oredson/U.S. Coast Guard photo)

Alaska officials say landslide danger remains after storm

The Yukon government has said it is standing by to provide help if requested

The Coast Guard is responding to rainfall-fueled landslides in Haines, shown here from a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk, on Dec. 3. (Lt. Erick Oredson/U.S. Coast Guard photo)