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Wednesday, 27 October 2010 10:42

A Kansas State Highway Patrol trooper and Seward County Sheriff’s deputies direct traffic Tuesday afternoon after a semi pulling a trailer with an oversized load got hung up in the power lines at the Six-Points intersection on East U.S. Highway 54. Utility crews had to be called in to untangle the lines and raise them to allow the truck to proceed. The incident snarled traffic for about an hour and had vehicles backed up for more than a half mile in several directions. No injuries were reported. Daily Leader photo/Robert Pierce

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