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New York's New $4 Billion Bridge Allegedly Plagued By Failing Bolts

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New York's New $4 Billion Bridge Allegedly Plagued By Failing Bolts

New York's New $4 Billion Bridge Allegedly Plagued By Failing Bolts

According to a report by Business Insider, on Wednesday, a small team of engineers worked under cover of night to replace failing bolts on one of New York's newest bridges.

NBC4NY originally reported that some sixty bolts are known to have failed on the newly opened Mario Cuomo Bridge, located on the Hudson River about 25 miles north of New York City.

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New York's New $4 Billion Bridge Allegedly Plagued By Failing Bolts

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