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The Most Dangerous Bridges in Every State

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> Bridge description: I-44 Southbound over Oklahoma River
> Bridge location: Oklahoma County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1975
> Avg. daily crossings: 62,800

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> Bridge description: Morrison St. over Willamette River
> Bridge location: Multnomah County
> Bridge type: Urban minor arterial
> Year built: 1958
> Avg. daily crossings: 55,335

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> Bridge description: I-95 over Fraley St.
> Bridge location: Philadelphia County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1967
> Avg. daily crossings: 202,857

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Rhode Island
> Bridge description: I-95 over U.S. Route 6 and Woonasquatucket River
> Bridge location: Providence County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1964
> Avg. daily crossings: 171,707

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South Carolina
> Bridge description: I-85 over Laurel Creek
> Bridge location: Greenville County
> Bridge type: Urban Interstate
> Year built: 1960
> Avg. daily crossings: 119,700

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