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The Bell Bay rail line in Tasmania's north is expected to temporarily re-open at the end of the week after work is done to stabilise a bridge damaged in an accident last week.
The rail bridge over the East Tamar Highway was hit by an excavator being transported on the back of a truck.
Work has started to stabilise the bridge until it can be replaced within the next 6 months at a cost of around $600,000.
The Infrastructure Minister Graeme Sturges inspected the damage this afternoon and is pleased with the progress.
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Mon Jul 7, 2008
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