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Amazon traffic was factor on morning commute

Larry Smith called to say that traffic conditions from a weather standpoint have been good this morning on the commute between Campbellsville and Columbia on KY 55, but Amazon traffic has show a big increase, and to watch for them if your work schedules carries you between Columbia and Campbellsville. Smith encountered it on his way to the WAVE, FM 92.7 this morning, Mon 10 Nov 2014.



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