Your Daily Drive for Wednesday, November 5 - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Your Daily Drive for Wednesday, November 5

In Owensboro, you can expect delays at J.R. Miller Boulevard and East Fourth Street.

The traffic light is out and stops signs are up. 

This is all because of a wreck that happened Tuesday evening.

Police say a semi was turning into the intersection when it took out the traffic lights and pole. 

Nobody was hurt.

Drivers are asked to slow down and use caution.

Officials say it could be a couple of days before the intersection is back to running in normal operation.

Also in Owensboro, the intersection of West Fifth Street and Orchard Street to Frayser Avenue remains closed. 

A detour is posted. 

That closure is expected to last through the end of the month.

In Gibson County, patching crews are working on State Road 64 near Highway 41, and on State Road 68 from State Road 65 to the east end of Haubstadt. 

INDOT officials say spot patching work will continue through early December.

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