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A a cargo ship pauses in the water after colliding with the Eggner Ferry Bridge that partially collapsed when it was struck Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, near Aurora, Ky. The ship was traveling upriver toward the Kentucky Lock and Dam when it hit the aging steel bridge, which was built in the 1930s and handles about 2,800 vehicles a day. (AP Photo/Tina Carroll)

Kentucky bridge destroyed by ship

State officials are inspecting what's left of Eggner Ferry Bridge, a southwestern Kentucky bridge, that collapsed after a cargo ship carrying aviation parts struck it on Jan. 26. (AP)