The Onondaga Lake Parkway railroad bridge has been a pain for truck drivers and an object of fascination for decades. N. Scott Trimble | firstname.lastname@example.orgN. Scott Trimble | strimble@syra
Within a span of 12 hours on a June day in 1963, two tractor-trailers crashed into the now infamous railroad bridge over Onondaga Lake Parkway.
A curious Post-Standard reporter at the time wondered how much abuse the bridge could take. Could it possibly keep its structural integrity after being hit twice in a single day?
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