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This Is the State With the Most Dangerous Bridges

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30. Colorado
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 5.3%
>Number of bridges: 8,869

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29. Connecticut
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 5.3%
>Number of bridges: 4,361

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28. South Carolina
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 5.3%
>Number of bridges: 9,395

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27. Indiana
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 5.6%
>Number of bridges: 19,337

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26. California
>Percent of bridges that are structurally deficient: 5.8%
>Number of bridges: 25,737

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