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Intersection light to be out most of the week

December 8, 2010

Officers respond to this semi-tractor trailer incident Monday, which left the Michigan/Jefferson intersection in Plymouth without a light for most likely the remainder of the week, according to INDOT. Photo by Maggie Nixon

PLYMOUTH — Due to a semi-tractor trailer crash at Michigan and Jefferson streets Monday, Dec. 6, the stoplight support for westbound Jefferson Street was damaged and knocked down. 
On investigation by the Indiana Department of Transportation, it was found that the base of the pole was damaged as well. 
According to INDOT officials at the LaPorte District, the light may not be repaired until late this week.
 With the Michigan and Jefferson street intersection being one of the busiest intersections in Plymouth, the Plymouth Police Department, as well as the Plymouth Street Department, would like to encourage drivers to avoid that intersection as much as possible.
The Plymouth Police Department will be monitoring this intersection hourly and will have officers directing traffic during the rush hours.
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter encourages drivers to remain patient, observant and careful as they drive through the intersection.

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