Work resumes on Idaho bridges amid accident investigation

01/4/2009 | Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa)

Construction estimated at $8.5 million resumed last week on two Idaho bridges, but officials say an investigation into the collapse of a section of one of the bridges will continue. A section of the Robinson Boulevard bridge in Nampa collapsed last October, injuring 14 workers. Now, the bridge deck will be built off-site, and already created piers and footings will let the bridge be built in place.

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