Evening Update Thurs Sept. 24

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Evening Update Thurs Sept. 24

Traffic backs up along eastbound Interstate 40 near Hillsborough, N.C., after a muti-car accident Wednesday, May 31, 2006. Torrential rain and heavy traffic contributed to a series of wrecks involving multiple cars during Wednesday morning's rush hour, officials said. Thirty-four people were injured, including one in serious condition, said Highway Patrol Lt. Everett Clendenin. In all, there were 44 collisions along the five-mile stretch of Interstate 40 about 40 miles west of Raleigh. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Traffic backs up along eastbound Interstate 40 near Hillsborough, N.C., after a muti-car accident Wednesday, May 31, 2006. Torrential rain and heavy traffic contributed to a series of wrecks involving multiple cars during Wednesday morning's rush hour, officials said. Thirty-four people were injured, including one in serious condition, said Highway Patrol Lt. Everett Clendenin. In all, there were 44 collisions along the five-mile stretch of Interstate 40 about 40 miles west of Raleigh. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Traffic backs up along eastbound Interstate 40 near Hillsborough, N.C., after a muti-car accident Wednesday, May 31, 2006. Torrential rain and heavy traffic contributed to a series of wrecks involving multiple cars during Wednesday morning's rush hour, officials said. Thirty-four people were injured, including one in serious condition, said Highway Patrol Lt. Everett Clendenin. In all, there were 44 collisions along the five-mile stretch of Interstate 40 about 40 miles west of Raleigh. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Traffic backs up along eastbound Interstate 40 near Hillsborough, N.C., after a muti-car accident Wednesday, May 31, 2006. Torrential rain and heavy traffic contributed to a series of wrecks involving multiple cars during Wednesday morning's rush hour, officials said. Thirty-four people were injured, including one in serious condition, said Highway Patrol Lt. Everett Clendenin. In all, there were 44 collisions along the five-mile stretch of Interstate 40 about 40 miles west of Raleigh. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

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