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Big signs feature big mistake

On the signs the letters ‘N' and ‘Y' are switched and read ‘Synder,' instead of the correct spelling: ‘Snyder.' On the signs the letters ‘N' and ‘Y' are switched and read ‘Synder,' instead of the correct spelling: ‘Snyder.'

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - You may not notice it at first glance, but a couple big signs installed near a Louisville interstate have one big mistake.

The two misspelled signs posted to direct traffic from Bardstown Road to the Gene Snyder Freeway went up on Sunday.

On the signs the letters ‘N' and ‘Y' are switched and read ‘Synder,' instead of the correct spelling: ‘Snyder.'

Officials said they are aware of the problem and the signs will be fixed.

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