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Port Mann Bridge Not Sufficiently De-Iced

During this morning's commute on the Port Mann bridge, as many as 40 vehicles were involved in a series of fender-benders and crashes because of improper de-icing.   Last month the bridge closed down after large chunks of ice fell onto passing cars underneath, causing damage to vehicles and injuring several people. Max Logan speaks for the Transportation Investment Corporation, the crown corporation that oversaw construction of the bridge
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