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  1. Jan 27, 2012 · Kentucky bridge collapses after being struck by cargo ship State officials are inspecting what's left of a southwestern Kentucky bridge that partially collapsed when it was struck by a cargo ship ...

  2. Jan 28, 2012 · A portion of Eggner’s Ferry Bridge lays on top of a cargo ship in Kentucky Lake in January 2012 after the vessel struck the bridge. photo by Tony Kirves Eggner’s Ferry Bridge was opened and ...

  3. Jan 26, 2012 · Officials say the bridge is closed to traffic, causing vehicles needing to cross the Kentucky Lake reservoir and the Tennessee River to be detoured for dozens of miles.

  4. Jan 27, 2012 · He was unable to say where the ship was traveling when it struck the bridge. Officials said the collapse meant vehicles needing to cross the Kentucky Lake reservoir and the Tennessee River had to ...

  5. The 3,495-foot Eggner’s Ferry Bridge, designated as U.S. Route 68 and Kentucky State Route 80, opened to traffic on March 25, 1932 and was raised in 1943 as part of the Kentucky Lake project. On January 26, 2012, at 8:10 PM CST, a 322-foot section of the bridge collapsed after being struck by a tow-boat barge.

  6. The Kentucky Lake bridge is 3,611 ft long and has three units: the 1,409-ft-long four-span west approach, the 550-ft-long steel tied-arch main span, and the 1,652-ft-long five-span east approach. The Lake Barkley bridge stands at 3,805 ft long and has three units: the 1,799.5-ft-long seven-span west approach, the 550-ft-long steel tied-arch ...

  7. Two spans of the U.S. 68/Kentucky 80 bridge, formally known as the Eggner's Ferry Bridge, over Kentucky Lake in far western Kentucky collapsed after being struck by a barge in January 2012.

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