When three weeks ago a huge rock fell from the Tiesňava Massif near Terchová, it was decided no emergency would be declared.
This situation in the village, one of the main tourist hubs in Žilina Region, could repeat again, though, the My Žilina regional daily reported.
A geological evaluation, which the Road Administration of the Žilina Self-Governing Region (SC ŽSK) had carried out, suggests an even bigger rock could fall.
Three weeks ago, rocks covered a 100-metre-long stretch of the third-class road and threatened drivers passing through a narrow passage, which is an entrance to the Vrátna dolina valley in the Malá Fatra mountain range.
3. Dec 2019 at 21:41 | Compiled by Spectator staff