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English: This 1951 photo shows what happened after the Texas Highway Department closed a bridge on the Canadian River near Pampa that had become too dangerous to use. Drivers who took their chances crossing the dry river bed didn’t always make it and had to be hauled out by tow trucks.
Source Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Author Texas Highway Department Historical Records, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality


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