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    Video: Annie Hamm and her son Lee Hamm talk about having to move out of their home for the expansion of US 401 to four lanes in Franklin County. Annie and her husband purchased the home in 1982.

Video: Annie Hamm and her son Lee Hamm talk about having to move out of their home for the expansion of US 401 to four lanes in Franklin County. Annie and her husband purchased the home in 1982. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Video: Annie Hamm and her son Lee Hamm talk about having to move out of their home for the expansion of US 401 to four lanes in Franklin County. Annie and her husband purchased the home in 1982. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

Road project will displace 85-year-old Franklin County woman – Nagem

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