Bridge Stolen In Pennsylvania!

See?  No bridge!  (KDKA/CBS)

Here's a mildly shocking, mildly amusing, and a mildly sign-of-the-times story from North Beaver Township, Pennsylvania.

You see, somebody apparently stole a 50 foot long, 20 foot wide bridge sometime between September 27 and last Wednesday. The bridge was made out of corrugated steel and valued at about $100,000. State Police think that thieves used a blowtorch to cut it apart, presumably to sell it for scrap metal.

The bridge was used occasionally as a back entrance to the company property. It's in the woods along a railroad line about 60 miles north of Pittsburgh.

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