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DOT: No Additional Movement on Leo Frigo Bridge

Side view of the Leo Frigo Bridge, closed after inspectors discovered a large dip across the roadway. Image by Brian Milller

DOT: No Additional Movement on Leo Frigo Bridge

By Cassandra Duvall. CREATED Sep 29, 2013 - UPDATED: Sep 30, 2013

GREEN BAY -- Monitoring any movement on the Leo Frigo Bridge in Green Bay continues as engineers work to find what caused pier 22 to settle, creating a large dip in the roadway. 

The Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation says they've installed equipment on the tops of three piers, 21, 22 and 23. The equipment will send signals to a computer to record data, and if the device detects any movement it will also trigger a horn sounding an alarm to the workers below. 
As 8:00 am Monday, no further movement was detected on the bridge.