On the early morning of September 12, the bridge was open but not for long:
A few hours later, it was blocked off. Who knew at this point that it would be fifteen months until it was open again?
The aftermath was ugly:
Repair work started in May 2014, when a crane was brought in to move the bridge aside while the foundation could be rebuilt:
Bridge moved successfully along Missouri Avenue, a few days later:
Two months later, on August 3, the new foundation is complete and the crane is back in the neighborhood to move the bridge back over the creek:
August 7: the bridge is back in place.
September 8: a lot of earthwork has been done. Bridge still closed though.
October 14: getting closer but not open yet.
Today, December 6. The bridge is open again! You'd hardly know that anything happened. The city and their contractors did a fine job in the total restoration effort.