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Old 06-23-2013, 07:41 AM   #1
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WA I-5 Bridge

Anyone have any hard info on the bridge on I-5? (actual "eyes on", not "heard that.....") Thx

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It's open. Oversized rigs must still use detour. The link below has a video that shows the repairs being made and has more info.


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We drove thru that detour northbound on June 17th. We have a 40' rig with a toad. We just followed the big trucks that knew where they were going and it was a piece of cake. Didn't lose too much time. The businesses along the detour and doing a landoffice business.
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