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ZOMBIE TRAFFIC ALERT! Road Closures As 'Z Nation' Gets Underway

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Wednesday Road Closures:

From 6am - 7pm expect closures on the following streets:

1st Ave. from Adams St. to Monroe St. will be CLOSED.

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From 6am - 7pm expect closures on the following streets:

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