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Natcher Parkway Landslide Forces Closure
Posted: 30-Aug-2001 2:59AM CDT

The Bowling Green Daily News reports in this August 29, 2001 article [Outside Link] that a landslide at mile point 30.5 on the Natcher Parkway has forced a temporary closure of the southbound lanes. Southbound traffic must exit at Exit 34 and rejoin the parkway at Exit 27. Median crossovers are expected to be constructed soon, but there is no word on when the landslide will be fixed.

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