PennDOT reopens part of Norman Wood Bridge

The Norman Wood Bridge after it was closed Sept. 28. (File)

HOLTWOOD, Pa. (WHTM) – PennDOT has reopened part of the Norman Wood Bridge.

The bridge that carries Route 372 over the Susquehanna River between southern Lancaster and York counties reopened Friday at around 2:30 p.m., PennDOT spokesman Mike Crochunis said.

The bridge was closed Sept. 28 when inspectors found an 8-foot crack in a steel girder.

One lane of traffic on the south side of the bridge will remain open while workers repair the girder on the north side. Temporary signals have been installed to control traffic.

Vehicles are limited to those under five tons and no more than eight-feet wide.

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