ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - On Wednesday, city crews worked to clean up a mudslide mess that left mounds of dirt outside Westside homes.
This weekend's heavy rain caused dirt from Petroglyph Monument to slide, breaking down a cinder block wall and filling up backyards.
About 20 homes near Unser and Vulcan were affected by mud damage.
On Thursday, at the urging of City Councilor Ken Sanchez and Mayor Richard Berry, city crews removed a lot of the dirt.
Sanchez says if there's another big rain storm, he's afraid this type of thing could happen again.
He says he wants to work out a plan and build a barrier to protect the homes.
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