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Google Maps incorrectly tells people woman’s house is Mt. Rushmore

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If you’re planning a trip to Mt. Rushmore, it might be a good idea to go retro with your map technology. Apparently, Google Maps has been sending people to a woman’s house located 14 miles away from the monument, and telling them it’s Mt. Rushmore. Luckily, she employed a smart solution, placing a sign that reads “Your GPS is Wrong.”