Crook Point Bridge passes RIDOT inspection after bridge fire

The sale of the Bridge with the city of Providence will go on as planned

PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – The upright bridge has been deemed structurally sound by the Department of Transportation despite a major fire in June.

That means the sale of the Crook Point Bridge with the City of Providence will go on as planned/

RIDOT sold the bridge to Providence for a $1.00.

Providence plans to develop it into a community space.

RIDOT says it had to remove 60 pieces of decaying wood during the inspection.

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