October 4, 2013
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The sag in the Green Bay bridge used by thousands of cars a day is likely due to corrosion in pilings that buckled underneath a support pier, Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials said Thursday.
The Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge over the Fox River has been closed since early Sept. 25, when a deep dip developed in the pavement. Officials quickly determined that a support pier under that part of the bridge had sunk about 2 feet, but they weren't sure why.
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