(UPDATE 2/3/19 7:07 p.m.) -- Garfield County sheriffs say heavy rains may have caused the boulder to come loose and roll onto S.R. 12.
"A large boulder rolled down into one lane of SR 12 causing a slight delay in travel," the Garfield County Sheriff's Department said on Facebook. "It is believed that the heavy rains in the night caused the boulder to loosen and roll. The road is now open and the Garfield County Sheriff would like to express his thanks to Utah Department of Transportation, Utah Highway Patrol and the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office for their help."
(KUTV) -- A giant boulder has fallen on a road in Garfield County, according to a tweet by Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins.
The rock fell on S.R. 12 in Red Canyon.
Perkins tweeted a photo of the rock saying:
"Myself and one of the Garfield County deputies responded to SR 12 in red Canyon to remove a rock that fell on the road.. WE MAY NEED SOME HELP."
No word on what caused the rock to fall, or how long it will take crews to remove the boulder.
No injuries were reported.