Ensenada, Mexico (NBC) — Authorities are trying to figure out how to reconnect a scenic highway that collapsed over the weekend in Northwestern Mexico.
The popular highway connects Ensenada and Tijuana.
Officials say, a 200 yard stretch of the highway sunk about 100 feet.
No one was injured, but a truck driver was trapped for hours.
Ensenada's mayor says, they're looking at ways to reroute traffic or build a hanging bridge to connect the two roads.
An earthquake hit the area earlier this month, but he says they haven't blame that for the collapse.