Highway 79 south of Hannibal, Mo. will see traffic delays Friday morning for hillside rock removal.
This comes a day after a boulder slammed into the pavement Thursday blocking traffic.
The road will be closed from about 9 to 9:30 a.m. as crews perform a controlled fall of the rock.
Traffic was backed up both northbound and southbound on MO 79 just south of Hannibal and just north of Continental Cement, due to a large boulder in the roadway.
The large rock fell from about 100 feet up the cliff next to the highway.
A group of workers from Continental Cement rolled the boulder out of the highway in order to get traffic moving.
MoDOT officials are looking at a second boulder that slid halfway down the cliff. There's some concern that the second boulder could break loose and fall into the roadway.
Traffic is currently moving.
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