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Jeff Phillips | Daily EnterpriseWorkers from Bush & Burchett Inc. of Allen guide large beams into place on the new bridge being installed to replace the “low water” bridge located over the Poor Fork of the Cumberland River near Rosspoint. Work has progressed rapidly on the bridge with engineers from the Kentucky Department of Transportation overseeing the project. Large volumes of trash and other debris collected periodically beside the structure being replaced. 
Jeff Phillips | Daily EnterpriseWorkers from Bush & Burchett Inc. of Allen guide large beams into place on the new bridge being installed to replace the “low water” bridge located over the Poor Fork of the Cumberland River near Rosspoint. Work has progressed rapidly on the bridge with engineers from the Kentucky Department of Transportation overseeing the project. Large volumes of trash and other debris collected periodically beside the structure being replaced. 
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Jeff Phillips | Daily Enterprise


Workers from Bush & Burchett Inc. of Allen guide large beams into place on the new bridge being installed to replace the “low water” bridge located over the Poor Fork of the Cumberland River near Rosspoint. Work has progressed rapidly on the bridge with engineers from the Kentucky Department of Transportation overseeing the project. Large volumes of trash and other debris collected periodically beside the structure being replaced.


 


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