Columbia Public Works Department employee Israel Dencker, below, uses a cherry-picker to fix a broken traffic light Tuesday morning at the intersection of Ninth and Elm streets in downtown Columbia. The damage was caused by a large truck that turned too tightly and struck the light, said Columbia public information specialist Steven Sapp.
Workers repair traffic light damaged by turning truck at Ninth and Elm streets
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