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U.S. 59 partially reopens

(KAIR)--One lane of U.S. Highway 59 has reopened.

That word came Sunday afternoon in posts from both the Buchanan County, Missouri Sheriff’s Department and Atchison County Emergency Management.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, one lane of the highway, located east of Atchison, Kansas, in Buchanan County, is open, with traffic being directed by a stop light system.

The highway closed in May due to flooding.

ST. JOSEPH –Buchanan County U.S. Route 59 is now open from Rushville to Atchison, KS, including the Amelia Earhart Bridge. Due to water remaining over one lane of U.S. Route 59, traffic will be narrowed to one lane and directed through the area with temporary traffic signals. The roadway had been closed due to flooding since May 21, 2019. -News release from the MO Dept. of Transportation
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