Google Maps appears to show that the bridge has been demolished.
The county has rehabilitated 3 Historical bridges in the past 2 years(with some help from government grants). It's a shame that this bridge couldn't be rehabilitated or moved to another area.
A ridiculous assumption to make that this bridge "might" come down in a flood! So "might" the UCEB setting next to it. Granted it should be closed off from pedestrians until the floor could be repaired, but to tear it down altogether is just a waste!
This bridge's days are numbered. http://jg-tc.com/news/local/article_81991690-de47-11df-b3cf-001cc4c03286.html
This looks very much like an Indiana Bridge Company span. The sectioning of panels and overall appearance look like two Camelbacks that remain in Deleware County, Indiana.