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High winds may have caused highway sign to blow into traffic in the Zoo Interchange

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MILWAUKEE — High winds may have caused a highway sign to blow into traffic Saturday, May 30th in the Zoo Interchange.

It happened in the westbound lanes of I-94 near Highway 100.

Wisconsin DOT officials say the sign was sitting in a construction zone — leaning against a wall when it slid into the road.

One lane was blocked, and this incident tied up traffic a little bit.

Eventually, the sign was removed from the roadway.

sign on I-94 near Highway 100The wind may also be to blame for scattered power outages occurring Saturday — the largest of which affected We Energies customers in the Kenosha area.


1 Comment

  • Wilson

    Or it could have been all those Starwars freaks from the Brewer’s game that are responsible for this sign somehow ending up in traffic???

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