Like all bridges built in the Fort Worth area since the 1990s, the West Seventh Street bridge in Fort Worth was designed with standards for a low risk of earthquakes.
Like all bridges built in the Fort Worth area since the 1990s, the West Seventh Street bridge in Fort Worth was designed with standards for a low risk of earthquakes. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram
Like all bridges built in the Fort Worth area since the 1990s, the West Seventh Street bridge in Fort Worth was designed with standards for a low risk of earthquakes. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram

As earthquakes shake North Texas, bridge inspectors check for damage

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