600-foot section of road quietly slips into ocean: City engineers have hired an outside firm to analyze the soil after the ground under Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro slid away Sunday. No one was hurt.
Photo: Crews survey the aftermath of the collapse of Paseo del Mar. The 100-foot high coastal bluff has been moving toward the sea for several months. Read an earlier story here. Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

600-foot section of road quietly slips into ocean: City engineers have hired an outside firm to analyze the soil after the ground under Paseo Del Mar in San Pedro slid away Sunday. No one was hurt.

Photo: Crews survey the aftermath of the collapse of Paseo del Mar. The 100-foot high coastal bluff has been moving toward the sea for several months. Read an earlier story here. Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times

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