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Leeds Traffic Alerts
I-65 All in Shelby County Fri, 13 May 2016 21:34:42 -0500 I-65 – on the outside shoulders and median in the northbound and southbound directions from the Shelby County Line (MP 248.7) in Hoover to the Blount County Line (Exit 284) in Hayden. This work may require closure of the outside (right) and the inside (left) lanes at various times and locations in the area where guardrail repairs are being made. - Planned Guardrail Repairs. Sunday, May 15, weather conditions permitting, at 8 p.m. This work may require lane closures for up to 8 weeks.
A tree has fallen and the only thing holding it up is a power line, and it's across the road.
Thu, Jun 16th 11:22:34 AM CDT
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