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Barge strikes river bridge

VICKSBURG — A barge on the Mississippi River has struck the I-20 bridge at Vicksburg, the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) reports.

MDOT said the incident happened this morning, but released no further details.

All lanes of I-20 at the Mississippi River Bridge was closed to traffic in the accident’s aftermath. However, at 10:15 a.m. all lanes of the I-20 Mississippi River Bridge were open to traffic.

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  2. How many bridge strikes on the Vicksburg MS river bridge involving north bound river traffic???

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