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Highway detour sign puts state silhouette upside down

DELL RAPIDS (AP) -- One of the detour signs for a state Highway 115 reconstruction project near Dell Rapids has a peculiar look. The Argus Leader reports that the silhouetted emblem of South Dakota on the sign is upside down. State Transportation...

DELL RAPIDS (AP) - One of the detour signs for a state Highway 115 reconstruction project near Dell Rapids has a peculiar look.

The Argus Leader reports that the silhouetted emblem of South Dakota on the sign is upside down.

State Transportation Department engineer Travis Dressen says it's up to a project contractor to line up the fabricator for detour signs.

Dressen says mistakes can and do happen.

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