Traffic was restored along the repaired part of the Crimean bridge. The damaged part of the bridge was repaired two months after the the terrorist attack. LINK
The explosion hit the Crimean bridge on the morning of October 8. As a result, a fire broke out and two spans of the automobile part of the bridge were damaged. Four civilians were killed in the explosion.
On December 5, the first line of the repaired road was opened for civilian cars according to the declared plans. The both lines should be launched by December 20.
Russian President Vladimir Putin personally inspected the bridge. He drove over the bridge and listened to the report on the progress of the restoration work of Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin.
Amid the threats of new attacks on the Crimean Bridge and other infrastructure facilities officially voiced by the Kiev regime, Putin emphasized the importance of securing the land road that connects Crimea with the mainland Russia.
Repair works on the Crimean bridge began on October 12. At first, it was necessary to replace two spans of the bridge, but later it was revealed that four more spans were deformed and should be replaced. On November 19, all automobile spans were installed on the bridge.
The movement of trains and cars was resumed on the same day. Ten days later, trucks were allowed to pass.
In general, the repair of the bridge should be completed by July 1 next year.
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