4 images. New Palisades landslide, 31 March 1958. Warren Harding (truck driver); Ozzie Langord (boss); Thomas Moody (cat driver); James Summers (foreman).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Gaze. Date: 1958-03-31. Reporter: Caswell. Assignment: New Palisades landslide. 56: Still dazed, workmen stand in front of the 13 vehicles damaged by slide. From left are a gasoline truck-trailer almost entirely buried; a partially buried cat (bulldozer) and an up-ended pickup truck. 55: Another view of the above 3 vehicles. 52: James Summers, 37, (right) a state highway maintenance foreman and one of last to confer with superintendant V.O. Sheff, talks with a deputy sheriff at the scene 'Mountain' at left (background) is part of a huge slide. 23: Summers is at left (hands on hips) in this view. 30: James Thompson, 30, of Sun Valley, (left) and Dean Stever, 23, of Canoga Park, truck drivers compare notes on narrow escape as they stand behind their partially burried, partially overtuned trucks, (background). 7: James Summers, (left, glasses) 37, one of state highway miantenance foremen, who escaped with his life shortly after walking away froom his superior, V.O. Sheff, believed buried in slide. 9/60: A district highway superintendent was believed buried and 13 vehicles were either buried or swept aside as an estimated 400,000 tons of earth slipped across the Pacific Coast Highway between Santa Monica Canyon and Sunset Blvd. in a new slide that may require weeks to clear. The slide occured some 30 minutes before the roadway was to be re-opened to controlled traffic following a smaller slide las Thu. 22: Pickup truck partially buried. 3/4: Truckdriver Frank Kellershon, right, inspects truck buried. kellershon said he heard Sheff Say, 'opps I've stumbled'. 29: Pickup truck, one of the smaller of 13 vehicles damaged in slide, looked like this after it was hauled from embankment in which it partially was buried".