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Intersection reopens after almost 9 hours of barricades, detours

Traffic now flowing normally after being halted for utility pole replacement at Jamestown Street and Russell Road
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By Ofc.Joshua Brockman, Public Affairs Officer
Columbia, KY, Police Department, Jason Cross, Chief

After nearly 9 hours of being shut down all barricades and detours were removed at 2:40pmCT, Tuesday afternoon, July 9, 2013. Traffic at the Jamestown Street and Russell rd intersection is flowing normally now.

Columbia Police Department would like to extend a thanks to the City Street Department, State Highway Department, Adair County Search and Rescue, and Constable Jason Rector, who stood in the sun with us most of the day detouring traffic. -Ofc. Joshua Brockman

About: Columbia Police asking motorists to avoid Russell Rd & Jamestown Street

This story was posted on 2013-07-09 16:03:52
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