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  • The driver and the two men who had been with him were running toward a culvert.
  • See those coming out of the culvert.
  • The man was down in the road halfway between the culvert and the truck.
  • They ran for the culvert and ducked in.
  • Start firing when it is opposite the culvert.
  • We are above the culvert, he saw, and just below the height where the road drops down straight toward the bridge in that long sweep.

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  • I spent the night in a culvert beneath the road.
  • police found her hiding in a culvert

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