Additional Corrosion Has Been Shored Up On Lake Shore Drive Bridge
A crack in the beams supporting the northbound Lake Shore Drive bridge prompted authorities to close the span over the Chicago River for about 24 hours last week. CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looked into how the road reopened so quickly, and what work still must be done.

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