Route 74 bridge repaired after flooding, PennDOT says

This photo was taken during Tropical Storm Lee two years ago, but it is the same bridge that was affected by the most recent flooding last month. (Kate Penn -- York Daily Record/Sunday News)

This photo was taken during Tropical Storm Lee two years ago, but it is the same bridge that was affected by the most recent flooding last month. (Kate Penn — York Daily Record/Sunday News)

Maybe you saw crews working this week on the Route 74 bridge over the Little Conewago Creek on the border of Dover and West Manchester townships and wondered what was happening.

Traffic was reduced to a single-lane at least a couple of times this past week.

Well, it was related to the flooding from a few weeks ago.

Crews removed debris and then made repairs to a bridge abutment wall that was damaged after the flooding, said Mike Crochunis, a spokesman for the state Department of Transportation.

Did you see this work going on?

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