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Dec 01, 2020  
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The groundbreaking ceremony for the road apparently happened while the Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and First-Vice President and First Lady Merhiban Aliyeva toured areas captured during the short war. The Ahmadbeyli to Shusha (known to Armenians as Shushi) highway will take a route via Fuzuli. It is to stretch 101.5 kilometers while its road width will be 37.3 meters, the news report said. Various sources reported that the road will link up with the Baku-Shirvan-Saatly-Horadiz route and will act as the major artery for the reconstruction of towns and villages. Also Read: First 100km of Harare-Beitbridge highway in Zimbabwe commissioned. The road will traverse settlements disconnected from Azerbaijan for three decades while they were under the control of ethnic Armenians. Azerbaijan may bring in foreign companies to speed up the construction of the highway. The construction of the 100 kilometer road is in line with the country’s other plans to construct roads along the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia. There are already 2 roads that are along the territory however the third road promises to even further complicate matters.

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Pair hospitalized following collapse at construction site PINNED WORKER — Rescue personnel in Herkimer County attempt to free a construction worker who was pinned beneath wooden trusses and a tipped over lift in the Town of Newport on Friday. (Photo courtesy the New York State Police) BARN TRUSSES COLLAPSE — Some of the trusses on this in-construction storage barn collapsed in Herkimer County on Friday, injuring two of the workers. (Photos courtesy the New York State Police) TOWN OF NEWPORT — Two workers were hospitalized after some of the wood work collapsed at the construction site of a new town storage barn in Herkimer County on Friday, according to law enforcement officials. State police said four construction workers were attempting to adjust the trusses on the wood frame shortly before noon when a loose tress fell and knocked into the lift. Troopers said this knocked the lift over, which also caused other trusses to collapse. One worker, age 41, became pinned under the lift and some of the trusses, and he had to pop over to this site be extricated by rescue personnel, authorities said. The man was air-lifted by Mercy Flight helicopter to University Hospital in Syracuse, where authorities said he was last listed in stable condition. Another man, age 25, was treated and released from St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica for his injuries, troopers said. The identities of the construction workers were not released.,107239