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Google is in big trouble over this intersection



2013-04-02 - PBR Road Xing, Adair Veterans Memorial Highway bypass, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM.
Google has neglected to correct directions on the internet which still send semi-trucks bound for Adair County High School up Pelham Branch Road left in photo and indicate a route which leaves the trucks stranded by the Page Street Water Tower, and they've now raised the ire of Columbia City Councillor Robert Flowers and the City Council, who have given up on Google's capacity to reform itself and now believe that only good street level signage will correct the situation.

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