The Rest Stop to End All Rest Stops, in Kentucky

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If you've ever needed to use a highway rest stop, you know they can house dirty toilets and run-down facilities. But that's not the case at one Interstate 75 rest stop in rural Kentucky. It has become so popular that motorists go out of their way to stop and take a break.

Ron Smith reports from member station WEKU.

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