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Originally posted by nativeokie
In the origional post you stated the area of highway was behind schedule and being heavily fined. Instead of terrorism if it was not an accident it seems to make more sense it was arson to stop the fines, etc
SHELBY TOWNSHIP — Motorists may be able to use 22 Mile to cross the M-53 expressway as soon as the Fourth of July weekend.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will have the 22 Mile bridge over the expressway rebuilt by then, said Robert Morosi, a spokesman for the state agency.
The bridge has been shut since a semitrailer carrying construction equipment slammed into it in January.
Drivers on 22 Mile have been unable to take the road across M-53. About 14,000 vehicles use the bridge per day.
nativeokie - what are you implying, if it was not an accident.