The Sherman Minton Bridge between Kentucky and Indiana was closed in September 2011 after engineers discovered a hidden crack that could have triggered the span's collapsed. It reopened in five months after $15 million in repairs.
The Sherman Minton Bridge between Kentucky and Indiana was closed in September 2011 after engineers discovered a hidden crack that could have triggered the span's collapsed. It reopened in five months after $15 million in repairs. MCT
The Sherman Minton Bridge between Kentucky and Indiana was closed in September 2011 after engineers discovered a hidden crack that could have triggered the span's collapsed. It reopened in five months after $15 million in repairs. MCT

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