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UPDATE: Boonville and SH 6 Intersection Reopens After Windmill Convoy Moves Through

Final update:

Bryan police reported at 1:20 p.m. the complete convoy has come through and the intersection of Boonville Road and the freeway has reopened.

UPDATE from BPD:

The convoy will be coming from Huntsville in three waves with 3 vehicles each, which hopefully will allow some intermittent traffic flow to continue. The first wave is anticipated to reach Bryan around 12:15-12:30 and the subsequent waves should be 30 minutes behind each other.

They will be turning North on the feeder and heading towards Waco.
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The intersection of Boonville and Highway 6, in front of the Kroger shopping center, will be closed for two hours at some point this afternoon.

According to Bryan police, a convoy of nine truck carrying windmills will be coming from Huntsville and turning north onto Highway 6 to continue towards Waco.

BPD is encouraging people to sign up for nixle.com to get updates sent to their phone or email when the trucks are on their way.

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Posted by on Feb 8 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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