Crews clearing stretch of I-17 after mudslides

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Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas
Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas
Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City was down to one lane Monday while crews removed debris from mudslides. By Jennifer Thomas
Mudslides and flooding reported near Black Canyon City By Jennifer Thomas Mudslides and flooding reported near Black Canyon City By Jennifer Thomas
Mudslides and flooding reported near Black Canyon City By Jennifer Thomas Mudslides and flooding reported near Black Canyon City By Jennifer Thomas

BLACK CANYON CITY, Ariz. (AP) -- Southbound Interstate 17 near Black Canyon City will be down to one lane Monday while crews remove debris from mudslides.
 
The state Department of Transportation says heavy rain Sunday sent debris onto the roadway.
 
Drivers will be restricted to a single lane for four miles.
 
The speed limit also has been reduced to 45 mph with brief traffic delays.
 
The work is expected to be complete by 4 p.m. Monday.