Editor's note: This story has been changed from its original form to reflect transportation department officials responded to information on the bridge project. A statement that they had failed to respond to requests was inaccurate.

BRAZORIA — It’s a common enough Brazoria County occurrence to see a full-size pickup, or something much larger, close behind your own vehicle on a small farm-to-market road. But when you come upon a narrow bridge with six decades of age on it, the anxiety level ticks up a notch.

Wes Wolfe is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0152.

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