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(Portland, OR)  --  Drivers in Oregon are being warned about being out on the road during the upcoming solar eclipse.  The Oregon Department of Transportation says one-million people from out of state will be coming into Oregon to watch the August 21st eclipse.  ODOT is staffing up and warning drivers to be prepared to be stuck in their cars for hours during the eclipse.  ODOT is calling it the biggest traffic event in Oregon history.

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