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Load of Steel Dumped on Highway 2 Near Dunbar
Both westbound lanes of Highway 2 were closed this morning after a truck and semi-trailer rolled on its side on a bridge west of Dunbar. The truck driver, Scott Blaser of Mound City, Mo., was on his way to Grand Island with a load of steel railings. Motorists told the Nebraska State Patrol they saw the load begin to shift and the trailer sway back and forth as the truck entered the bridge. Sgt. Barton of the Nebraska State patrol said despite the traffic and falling steel railings, no other v...
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