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Traffic alert for Friday morning
04/12/2018

(KNZA)--The transportation of a large load along local highways early Friday morning could have an affect on motorists making their morning commute.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant says an oversized load carrying a transformer will be traveling across K-20 Highway through Horton to K-7 Highway.

Merchant says the transformer is expected to start making its way through the local area between 7:00 and 7:30 Friday morning.

Merchant says the load is 180 feet long, 18 feet wide and weighs over 500,000 pounds.

He says motorists should expect delays.

The transformer is being transported to the Iatan power plant in Platte County, Missouri.

 

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