An interstate bridge in Memphis, Tennessee that closed after work crews noticed a problem with a bridge pier is now back open.
Construction workers closed the Interstate-40 Bridge between Tennessee and Arkansas early Aug. 27.
The decision was made after engineers discovered a bridge pier had settled about four inches overnight.
A detour was set up to divert traffic onto I-55, which runs parallel to
Crews are doing work on the bridge to improve its stability in case of an earthquake.
The New Madrid Fault Line runs right through the area.
To see the status of bridges here in Kentucky, click here.
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