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Fairground Street open. Event happened suddenly, around noon

2013-08-20 - Russell Creek Bridge, KY 206, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Fairground Street is open again. Road watcher Fay McKinley said it happened fast while she was trying to keep and eye on it, at around 12pm noon CT, Tuesday, August 20, 2013. Among the signs along the way are 3491, for Green Hills Road, twice, because there's a turn; 206 for Liberty Road which becomes Fairground Street, somewhere at the bridge; and a curious one, "35," about a road of something very few cannonballers along the way comprehend. The softer, more graceful "S" of the road has enhanced sight, somewhat, and has enhanced speed somewhat more. Eyeball radar suggests as much as 65 mph trying to get a run on the hill out of town, may only 55 going toward Columbia.

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