Traffic Alert: Lexington Street To Be Closed For 24-Hours For Emergency Work

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/31/2013 12:42 am
Woodland Avenue in Lexington will be closed between Columbia Avenue and Hilltop Avenue for about 24-hours for emergency work at a construction site.

Because of recent excavation work and heavy rains, the contractor needs to shore up a trench and prevent that section of the street from collapsing.

The northbound lane of Woodland Avenue is expected to reopen late Thursday afternoon, October 31st.

A northbound detour route is being set up, but motorists should avoid the area if possible.
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