The Sutliff Bridge Comes Down

KCRG-TV9's John Campbell take us to Johnson County, where the historic Sutliff Bridge is the most recent casualty of the Flood of 2008.

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Linda Herman (seal beach, ca) says ... on Friday, Aug 22 at 8:44 AM

No you cannot rebuild history but I am hoping that the 2 remaining spans can be saved. I just returned from Iowa and Sutliff and the bridge was beautiful. People are drawn to the bridge. Sutliff is a special place. SAVE THE BRIDGE

JJ Walker says ... on Wednesday, Mar 3 at 9:07 PM

I concur. I'll bet they'll be debating this in 2010.

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