The boulder, weighing hundreds of tonnes, rolled down the hillside near Keelung city in a landslide triggered by heavy rain. The drivers below were apparently unaware of the danger – until the huge boulder smashed down onto the road causing a bomb-like explosion of mud and rock.
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