New Mexico wants to fix its highway to hell

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SANTA FE, New Mexico, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Hey Satan, the governor of New Mexico has a message for you: Get off the road. Gov. Bill Richardson said this week he wants to renovate one of the most dangerous roads in the state, which is known by locals as the "Devil's Highway", "Satan's Highway" and "Highway to Hell". And Richardson wants to change the number of the route officially known as Highway 666 because of the association of the triple sixes with Satan. Highway 666 runs north-south ...

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