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Construction causing heavy delays on I-65 NB near Clanton

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Traffic at MM 205 in Clanton. Traffic at MM 205 in Clanton.
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CLANTON, AL (WSFA) -

Calls are coming into the WSFA 12 Newsroom in reference to delays along Interstate 65 near Clanton.

The Chilton Count Sheriff's Department confirms there are heavy delays due to construction work in the area.

Viewers say traffic is backed up for a considerable distance in the northbound lanes. Southbound lanes of traffic are flowing smoothly.

Commuters should expect delays or seek an alternate route if planning to travel through this area.

The construction zone ends at MM 212 at which point traffic returns to normal.

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