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Gallery: Garbage truck collides with N. Adams train bridge Tuesday

July 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Workers wait for a structural integrity inspection of the N. Adams Street rail bridge after a garbage truck collided with it Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Bloomington, Indiana. The street was closed during the bridge inspection, and also because the damaged garbage truck runs on propane and also needed to be inspected for safety. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
July 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Workers wait for a structural integrity inspection of the N. Adams Street rail bridge after a garbage truck collided with it Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Bloomington, Indiana. The street was closed during the bridge inspection, and also because the damaged garbage truck runs on propane and also needed to be inspected for safety. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
July 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Workers wait for a structural integrity inspection of the N. Adams Street rail bridge after a garbage truck collided with it Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Bloomington, Indiana. The street was closed during the bridge inspection, and also because the damaged garbage truck runs on propane and also needed to be inspected for safety. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
July 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Workers wait for a structural integrity inspection of the N. Adams Street rail bridge after a garbage truck collided with it Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Bloomington, Indiana. The street was closed during the bridge inspection, and also because the damaged garbage truck runs on propane and also needed to be inspected for safety. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
July 27, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Workers wait for a structural integrity inspection of the N. Adams Street rail bridge after a garbage truck collided with it Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Bloomington, Indiana. The street was closed during the bridge inspection, and also because the damaged garbage truck runs on propane and also needed to be inspected for safety. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)

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