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Kittery residents give their opinions on the closing of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge.
Date: 4/4/2013 Album ID: 1633807
Photos by John Patriquin
Kittery residents give their opinions on the closing of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
John Patriquin/Staff Photographer: Workers seen dropping debris into the Piscataqua River from the Sara Mildred Long Bridge Wed. April 3,2013 between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer: Maine Dept. of Transportation worker  Don McKenna installs a bridge closed sign on the Kittery side of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge Wed. April 3,2013 between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer: Badger Island Pizzeria owner Peter Iordanou and staff Kellie Robertson and Nikki Barrett give their opinions on the closing of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge Wed. April 3,2013 between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer: John Morrell of Island Marine Service in Kittery gave his opinion on the closing of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge Wed. April 3,2013 between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer: Joe Calderara at Jackson's True Value Hardware & Marine in Kittery gives his opinion on the closing of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge Wed. April 3,2013 between Kittery, Me. and Portsmouth, N.H. after being hit by a 470 ft. tanker earlier this week.
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