Lebanon Reporter

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January 17, 2014

Multiple crashes clog county streets Thursday

A sudden and slippery snow struck central Indiana Thursday, causing multiple crashes, including a wreck in Clinton County that shut down Interstate 65 and caused a massive traffic backlog on the interstate in Lebanon.

Northbound traffic was diverted onto U.S. 52 at the Lafayette Avenue on-ramp, because of the 2 p.m. crash on I-65 about three miles north of the Boone-Clinton County line. That detour channeled three lanes of traffic into one. It took more than two hours to clear the wreckage and reopen the interstate.

For more of the story, see Friday's Lebanon Reporter.

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