February 28, 2013
PORTLAND (AP) — Planners working on a proposed Interstate 5 replacement bridge over the Columbia River estimate three manufacturers upriver could lose $30 million to $116 million in profits because they won't be able to get some of their big products under the span.
The manufacturers fabricate giant devices such as oil drilling rigs and dam gates. They say the estimates of the damage to their businesses are too low.
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