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Interactive Map: Charlie LeDuff paddles the Rouge River

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

FOX 2's Charlie LeDuff paddled 23 miles down the Rouge River to see if Detroit's troubled waterway is making a comeback.

Use the map above to trace his journey down the river from 8 Mile and Telegraph to the Detroit River.

Check back for more highlights during his multiple-part feature.

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