It was obvious at my last visit in late 2010 that this was coming.
This is an extreme case of misspent taxpayer dollars. The bridge was of newer vintage (not sure the 62' date is accurate however)and in very good condition ...and only carried a couple hundred cars a day. The road did have a bit of a sharp curve to the West, but even in the new bridge alignment it wasn't completely addressed.
At the very least, why couldn't the old bridge have remained in place as it was not in the way of the new one?
Brand new Google Earth satellite imagery does indeed confirm that ugly, concrete nastiness now resides at this location. :(
Was out here earlier this year traveling; this bridge is gone and replaced with a new bridge.