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The first of three oversized loads belonging to a General Electric subsidiary passed through Ravalli County early this week, with a second just one day behind. Shipping company Omega Morgan initially expected the loads to reach Montana in December, but experienced repeated delays. The first megaload is approximately 380 feet long and weighs 450 tons.

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