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A truck from contractor QAP (Quality Asphalt Paving) leads motorists through a work zone along Sawmill Creek Road on Friday afternoon. The road is closed periodically for blasting as the state works to widen it. Traffic is down to one lane for a short stretch. Blasting on Saturday is tentatively set from noon until 1 p.m. All motorists are urged to use caution and expect delays. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

A pickup truck from contractor QAP (Quality Asphalt Paving) leads motorists through a work zone along Sawmill Creek Road on Friday afternoon. The road is closed periodically for blasting as the state works to widen it. Traffic is down to one lane for a short stretch. Blasting on Saturday is tentatively set from noon until 1 p.m. All motorists are urged to use caution and expect delays. (KCAW photo by Ed Ronco)

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