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Once-in-lifetime solar eclipse could cause epic traffic problems, service outages in Dayton region

Summary by Ground News
Total eclipses happen somewhere on the Earth on average about once every 1.5 years, but they rarely happen in the contiguous United States. Ohio could see between 150,000 and 575,000 visitors, and the influx of people is expected to create heavy traffic across the state. Public Health says it's possible there will be traffic jams that last up to 13 hours after the eclipse.

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