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Bridge Tour

Wanting to get a better look at the emergency undertaking at the Kummer Bridge, State Sen. Pam Roach organized an on-site visit Jan. 6. Above, heavy equipment removes 30 feet of soil, which previously held the road approaching the bridge from the southw. At left, Roach confers with Russ East, assistant regional administrator for the Department of Transportation. East said the project will be completed sometime in July, but probably not in time for holiday traffic. - Photos by Kevin Hanson
Wanting to get a better look at the emergency undertaking at the Kummer Bridge, State Sen. Pam Roach organized an on-site visit Jan. 6. Above, heavy equipment removes 30 feet of soil, which previously held the road approaching the bridge from the southw. At left, Roach confers with Russ East, assistant regional administrator for the Department of Transportation. East said the project will be completed sometime in July, but probably not in time for holiday traffic.
— image credit: Photos by Kevin Hanson

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