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MONTANA INCIDENTS AND CLOSURES REPORT FROM THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RELAYED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 AM MDT FRI AUG 28 2015

Montana Department of Transportation
Road Closure Report
August 28, 2015 at 04:00 AM

MT-38
SKALKAHO - JCT WITH US-93 TO DALY CREEK
Road Reopen

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MT-38
DALY CREEK TO SKALKAHO FALLS
Road Reopen

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MT-38
SKALKAHO FALLS TO JCT WITH MT-1
Road Reopen

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US-2
ESSEX TO 7 MILES WEST OF MARIAS PASS
Road Closed

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US-2
WEST GLACIER TO ESSEX
Road Closed

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                                Montana Department of Transportation
                                           Incident Report
                                     August 28, 2015 at 04:00 AM

          This is a list of incidents on Montana`s state-maintained highways. Montana
          Department of Transportation personnel along with law enforcement and other
          necessary officials are working to take care of these incidents.

           1 MILE EAST OF POMPEY`S PILLAR INTERCHANGE (CUSTER FRONTAGE RD)
          BRIDGE CLOSED starting on August 24, 2015 at 08:00 AM
          BRIDGE REPAIR IN PROGRESS. DURATION OF THE CLOSURE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.
              Expect road closure

          US-2 ESSEX AREA, MILE 176.5 TO 185
          WILDFIRE ROAD CLOSURE starting on August 20, 2015 at 03:00 PM
          OFFICIALS HAVE CLOSED THE HIGHWAY DUE TO INCREASED FIRE ACTIVITY.
              Expect road closure

          MT-56 NORTH OF NOXON, MILEPOST 3 TO 17
          FIREFIGHTING ACTIVITIES starting on August 18, 2015 at 12:01 AM
          FIREFIGHTING ACTIVITIES ARE TAKING PLACE AND OFFICIALS ARE REQUESTING THAT
          TRAVELERS DO NOT STOP ALONGSIDE THE HIGHWAY.  HEADLIGHTS ARE ADVISED DUE TO
          HEAVY SMOKE IN THE AREA.  THERE ARE SEVERAL EMERGENCY FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT
          ACCESS POINTS WITHIN THE WORK ZONE.  WATCH FOR EQUIPMENT ENTERING AND EXITING
          THE HIGHWAY.  DURATION OF THESE CONDITIONS IS UNKNOWN AS THE FIRE CONTINUES TO
          GROW.
              Expect reduced speed of 45 to 45



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