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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho transportation officials say commuters will again be able to use an overpass that's been closed since a deadly crash last year on Interstate 84.
KTVB-TV reports the Cloverdale Road overpass was severely damaged in the June 2018 crash that occurred below it.
Three airmen from Mountain Home Air Force Base and a tractor-trailer driver were killed in the crash.
The overpass was demolished earlier this year to make way for a larger replacement.
Idaho Transportation Department spokesman Jake Melder says officials plan to open up a lane in each direction on June 15.
Completion of the overpass is slated for September.
Information from: KTVB-TV, http://www.ktvb.com/
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