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April 11, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Just down the highway from where a massive landslide destroyed five homes in February, all that remains of Ernesto's Italian Villa restaurant are two statues of Roman soldiers and a couple of pillars. Over at the San Clemente animal shelter, several pens have been abandoned and part of a block wall has been destroyed since the hillside started moving toward a drainage channel below. And throughout the seaside community of 43,000, plastic tarps continue to cover many hillsides and bluffs.
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February 23, 1994 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tuesday was an anniversary Peter Shikli and his neighbors would rather forget. One year ago, their San Clemente bluff top collapsed with a frightening crack, toppling three homes to Pacific Coast Highway 75 feet below and destroying three other residences. From the look of the ruins today, little has changed since the night of the big landslide. The damaged homes remain in pieces and 40,000 tons of rubble, now surrounded by a rusting chain-link fence, still block the highway.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1994 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tuesday was an anniversary Peter Shikli and his neighbors would rather forget. One year ago, their San Clemente bluff top collapsed with a frightening crack, toppling three homes to Pacific Coast Highway 75 feet below and destroying three other residences. From the look of the ruins today, little has changed since the night of the big landslide. The damaged homes remain in pieces and 40,000 tons of rubble, now surrounded by a rusting chain-link fence, still block the highway.
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April 11, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Just down the highway from where a massive landslide destroyed five homes in February, all that remains of Ernesto's Italian Villa restaurant are two statues of Roman soldiers and a couple of pillars. Over at the San Clemente animal shelter, several pens have been abandoned and part of a block wall has been destroyed since the hillside started moving toward a drainage channel below. And throughout the seaside community of 43,000, plastic tarps continue to cover many hillsides and bluffs.
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