A structural engineer determined Tuesday that the bridge on Golden State Boulevard that was struck by a crane this week is safe, Fresno city Public Works Manager Brian Russell said. Crews re-opened the road.
The bridge, which crosses North Avenue, was damaged when the crane collapsed late Sunday night.
The crane was removed Monday, but city officials wanted to make sure no permanent damage was done, spokesman Mike Lukens said.
Russell said barricades will remain near the bridge barrier wall until the areas of concrete that were chipped are repaired.