CHESAPEAKE, Ohio -- A rock slide in southern Ohio is causing some problems.
Photos show massive boulders have fallen -- one has blocked the road and forced the shutdown of S.R. 7 at Chesapeake in Lawrence County.
Efforts to clear the rock are under way. Herald-Dispatch reports crews are trying to break up the boulder by using a jackhammer-like machine.
ODOT told them it could be until the end of the week before the road is clear of debris and completely reopened.
Inclement weather could be to blame.