The transport of an oversize load from Fairfield, Ohio to the Ohio River continued its route Thursday, coming to a stop in Ross for the night.
The 270,000 pound gross fiberglass tanker is 170 feet long, nearly 22 feet wide and nearly 19 feet high.
The tanker's journey began on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. Initially planned to reach its destination by Wednesday afternoon, officials said the route is expected to now last three to four days total.
The route, beginning in Fairfield, is as follows:
Authorities say that top speeds through tow zones and villages will not exceed 5 miles per hour.
Motorists are advised to take alternate routes to avoid congestion and delays.
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