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One of three trucks carrying a wide, heavy loads drove through The Point in Delaware and downtown Delaware on Thursday afternoon. Police had to halt traffic on U.S. 36 and Sandusky Street to allow the trucks to pass unobstructed. The intersection of William and Sandusky was shut down so the trucks could make the wide turn required. The trucks then traveled from Sandusky to U.S. 42.

One of three trucks carrying a wide, heavy loads drove through The Point in Delaware and downtown Delaware on Thursday afternoon. Police had to halt traffic on U.S. 36 and Sandusky Street to allow the trucks to pass unobstructed. The intersection of William and Sandusky was shut down so the trucks could make the wide turn required. The trucks then traveled from Sandusky to U.S. 42.


Gary Budzak | The Gazette

One of three trucks carrying a wide, heavy loads drove through The Point in Delaware and downtown Delaware on Thursday afternoon. Police had to halt traffic on U.S. 36 and Sandusky Street to allow the trucks to pass unobstructed. The intersection of William and Sandusky was shut down so the trucks could make the wide turn required. The trucks then traveled from Sandusky to U.S. 42.

One of three trucks carrying a wide, heavy loads drove through The Point in Delaware and downtown Delaware on Thursday afternoon. Police had to halt traffic on U.S. 36 and Sandusky Street to allow the trucks to pass unobstructed. The intersection of William and Sandusky was shut down so the trucks could make the wide turn required. The trucks then traveled from Sandusky to U.S. 42.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/06/web1_bigtruck.jpgOne of three trucks carrying a wide, heavy loads drove through The Point in Delaware and downtown Delaware on Thursday afternoon. Police had to halt traffic on U.S. 36 and Sandusky Street to allow the trucks to pass unobstructed. The intersection of William and Sandusky was shut down so the trucks could make the wide turn required. The trucks then traveled from Sandusky to U.S. 42. Gary Budzak | The Gazette