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                   Monday, December 10, 2007 - 12:26PM

I-64's Fort Hill Bridge at Oakwood Road

Tractor-trailer falls off Fort Hill Bridge, lands in river

By DAN ROBINSON
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An eastbound tractor-trailer lost control on the curve at the Fort Hill (Oakwood) Bridge this morning, going over the side of the bridge and plunging into the Kanawha River below. The passenger apparently survived the accident, but no word yet on the condition of the driver. The bridge is damaged and may have to be closed for repairs. This is the second time this year that a vehicle has fallen off of the bridge after losing control on the curve.

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