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Posted on: August 20, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Funeral Procession Entering the City, Expect Traffic Delays

On today's date at approximately 1345 hrs., members of the Frederick County Sheriffs Office and Frederick Police Department will be assisting with a funeral procession that will be traveling into the city and ending at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. This procession will cause traffic delays on the roads listed below. Motorist are encouraged to uses other routes around the city to avoid any delay in travel. However, should you need to travel on the roads listed below, please be patience and courteous to other motorist and pedestrians. The procession is expected to take up to approximately thirty (30) minutes to one hour.

Roads that will be Effected:
Rosemont Aveune
Dill Aveune
North Bentz Street
South Bentz Street
West Patrick Street
West South Street
Madison Street


Preparing Author:
Sgt. Jay Brown
301-600-3914

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