Trigg County, Kentucky bridge reopens after combine wreck


Web Editor - Mason Stevenson

UPDATE (9:34 p.m.) - Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials tell Local 6 that Kentucky 124 has reopened.  KYTC inspectors found not structural damage to the bridge.  However, a section of concrete railing was knocked off when the wheels of the combine hit.

Earlier story:

TRIGG COUNTY, Ky. - A local bridge remains closed as crews remove a farm combine off the highway.

The combine was traveling westbound on Kentucky 124 when the right rear tire ran up on the curb and struck the bridge railing.

That's the Muddy Fork Creek Bridge near the Cerulean community.

Crews are having to use a crane to remove the combine.

They will also inspect the bridge before opening it to traffic.