MVF&G corn cleanup continues


St. Rt. 571 remains closed

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A Clark Co. Sheriff’s Deputy moves caution tape as a convoy of Dayton Power & Light vehicles arrives at Miami Valley Feed & Grain in New Carlisle on Thursday morning. All grain has been removed from St. Rt. 571 but much cleanup work and debris removal remains to be done. A deputy on the scene said that it is estimated that the highway will remain closed until January 31 due to safety concerns.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

A Clark Co. Sheriff’s Deputy moves caution tape as a convoy of Dayton Power & Light vehicles arrives at Miami Valley Feed & Grain in New Carlisle on Thursday morning. All grain has been removed from St. Rt. 571 but much cleanup work and debris removal remains to be done. A deputy on the scene said that it is estimated that the highway will remain closed until January 31 due to safety concerns.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A Clark Co. Sheriff’s Deputy moves caution tape as a convoy of Dayton Power & Light vehicles arrives at Miami Valley Feed & Grain in New Carlisle on Thursday morning. All grain has been removed from St. Rt. 571 but much cleanup work and debris removal remains to be done. A deputy on the scene said that it is estimated that the highway will remain closed until January 31 due to safety concerns.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/01/web1_012518mju_mvfg_cleanup12018125163140131.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call A Clark Co. Sheriff’s Deputy moves caution tape as a convoy of Dayton Power & Light vehicles arrives at Miami Valley Feed & Grain in New Carlisle on Thursday morning. All grain has been removed from St. Rt. 571 but much cleanup work and debris removal remains to be done. A deputy on the scene said that it is estimated that the highway will remain closed until January 31 due to safety concerns.
St. Rt. 571 remains closed

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