Wash. DOT didn't flag caution on I-5 span

Wash. DOT didn't flag caution on I-5 span

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In this 2012 photo provided by the Washington Dept. of Transportation, damage that bridge inspectors believe was caused by high-height truck loads striking the Interstate 5 bridge that later collapsed into the Skagit River on May 23, 2013 is shown. The Associated Press has found that WSDOT didn't warn truck drivers of the potential for high loads to strike the bridge on trucking permits, despite a history of low-clearance strikes dating back to the 1970s. (AP Photo/Courtesy Washington Dept. of Transportation)
Photo by Bridge Collapse Caution
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