There should be scales installed to determine the weight of...

Patrick Saintilus - April 23 2016, 9:11 AM

There should be scales installed to determine the weight of the trucks before crossing and secure underneath of it so people do not steal the bolts that secure the bridge.

For a small bridge like this one, these trucks with heavy load should not have been on the bridge in the first place.

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