Saturday, August 24, 2013

The line is open; so are Arkansas River bridges after barge accident

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The line is open Noted:

* BRIDGE TRAFFIC NORMAL: News reports say officials believe only minor damage was done to pier protectors when a couple of barges broke loose from a tow boat Friday night and struck a couple of protection structures around the I-30 and Clinton Library bridge in downtown Little Rock. Bridges are open; officials believe they are safe after further inspection in daylight today.

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