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Route 5 fixes all finished

Train derailment damaged roadway

Rifenburg road crew member Rich Johnson removes the flagger warning sign from Route 5 at the end of a day of work in October in the town of Mohawk.
Rifenburg road crew member Rich Johnson removes the flagger warning sign from Route 5 at the end of a day of work in October in the town of Mohawk.
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The Route 5 reconstruction project that followed this summer’s freight train derailment is complete and won’t extend into the 2014 construction season, according to the state Department of Transportation. The tracks went back into service a couple of days after the June 27 crash involving two CSX freight trains just west of Fonda. But about 11 miles of Route 5, where one rail car landed after the derailment, were shut down for more than two ...

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