Construction crews on new Red Wing bridge work around the clock to beat flooding

March 13, 2019 05:42 PM

Construction crews in Red Wing are in a race against the clock, and a race against the river.

They are building the new Highway 63 Bridge over the Mississippi River. Some projections show the water level rising as many as 13 feet in coming weeks, which could bring construction over the water to a stop and delay the project.


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