SCDOT to repair bridge on I-20 EB in Kershaw Co. - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina

SCDOT to repair bridge on I-20 EB in Kershaw Co.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT) The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT)
The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT) The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT)
The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT) The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. (Source: SCDOT)
KERSHAW COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

The South Carolina Department of Transportation has announced the closure of a portion of I-20 due to damage repairs. 

SCDOT is closing the right-hand, or slow, lane of Interstate 20 eastbound over the Wateree River in Kershaw County Monday morning to perform an emergency repair to a small section of a bridge deck. 

The nature of the repair is full-depth concrete and the Department is expected to have all lanes back open Wednesday afternoon, April 25.

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