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LIVE: Traffic slow on I-85N at Exit 51 in Greenville after collision blocks 2 lanes

A collision on I-85N at Exit 51 in Greenville is causing slow traffic Wednesday afternoon. CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE video.

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