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ELKHART Rainbow Bend access to S.R. 19 to close

Rainbow Bend east of S.R. 19 will close permanently Monday.
Posted on May 4, 2012 at 1:00 a.m.

Rainbow Bend Boulevard east of S.R. 19 will close permanently next week.

The approach to Rainbow Bend will be severed Monday as part of the Indiana Department of Transportation’s S.R. 19 project.

Access to Rainbow Bend will be possible from Dorsey Avenue, Meisner Avenue or West Boulevard.

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