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DOT: Water, soil corroded Leo Frigo bridge support's foundation (with video, photos)

9:49 PM, Oct. 3, 2013
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Corrosion of steel pilings below a support pier on the Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge in Green Bay caused Pier 22 to buckle last week, creating a long, deep dip in the bridge deck and forcing the bridge's indefinite closure.

The 100-foot-long pilings under the pier were degraded from a combination of water and the composition of soil surrounding the bridge support, Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials said Thursday.

Investigators have been on the job for a week but only now are starting to look at options to fix the 33-year-old bridge, which carries Interstate 43 over the Fox River. ...

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