Ruined bridge lacked insurance
The ruins of a $4 million low water bridge on Old Route 66 east of San Jon are seen from a vantage point of the older bridge a few days after flooding destroyed the newer span on May 26. The contractor lacked insurance on the project, alleging its contract with the architect didn't require such coverage.
When a $4 million low water bridge east of San Jon will be rebuilt after flash flooding destroyed it in May remains in limbo because the contractor apparently didn't carry builder's risk insurance for the project, alleging the architect didn't req...
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