|March 2012 (38.769 Degrees, 141.507 Degrees) Koizumi Bridge|
The Koizumi Ohashi was a 182m long plate girder bridge on hammerhead bents with a 10.5m wide deck. It was composed of two sets of three continuous spans and built in 1974.
The tsunami must have been particularly strong at this location because the Koizumi Bridge not only lost its superstructure, but its pier in the center of the river is also gone.
Miyagi Japan's Bridges: Koizumi Bridge across the Tsuya River (2) by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.
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