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Experts fear second large slide at Johnsons Landing

The landslide cut through a large swath of trees, clearing everything in its path. (Ministry of Forests)

Johnson's Landing, this summer, has had a heap of trouble. Literally.

A landslide in early July killed four people and destroyed three homes.

Now, scientists are worried about another heap of trouble -- the one that didn't come down the mountainside that morning.

Peter Jordan is a geomorphologist in the West Kootenay.He leads a team that's assessing the stability of the area.

Daybreak host Chris Walker reached him in Nelson.

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