Aerial Photos of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge Cracking in Half 2/23/17, by Stan Russell

Original post can be found here: www.thebigsurblog.com

Photos of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge from a helicopter today.
Flight by Specialized Helicopters, Watsonville
Photography by Stan Russell

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Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge

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Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge is cracking in half. The drilling rig on the right will be drilling for two weeks to determine the geology of the area to determine how to anchor the foundation of the new bridge. Their report is due March 16, 2017

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The crack is now all the way through the bridge. The rebar is holding this bridge up while the support

From the surface of the roadway

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The surface of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge is cracking in half and collapsing as shown in this image. Photo by Stan Russell

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Another angle to show how much the bridge has sagged while we can do nothing but wait for it to break. Photo by Stan Russell

~ by lucasryancv on February 23, 2017.

7 Responses to “Aerial Photos of Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge Cracking in Half 2/23/17, by Stan Russell”

  1. Hope they have a video camera aimed at the bridge with a motion sensor that triggers the filming of the action when the bridge falls….

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  2. Really unbelievable.

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  3. That looks expensive.

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  4. Trump said he was going to fix our bridges. We will see now.

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  5. KSBY: “Highway 1 at Ragged Point closed indefinitely”

    http://www.ksby.com/story/34601865/highway-1-at-ragged-point-closed-indefinitely

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  6. Any outlaws skateboarding it?

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  7. Is the bridge still holding up? It looked like it would break any second.

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