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Jones County officials set to reopen bridge closed for two years

Bogue Homa Creek Bridge on Swamp Road and Red Hill Crossing in Jones County was closed two years for for normal replacement of the bridge. (Photo Source: WDAM) Bogue Homa Creek Bridge on Swamp Road and Red Hill Crossing in Jones County was closed two years for for normal replacement of the bridge. (Photo Source: WDAM)
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

After being closed for two years, the Bogue Homa Creek Bridge on Swamp Road and Red Hill Crossing in Jones County is set to reopen. According to officials, the bridge was closed for "normal bridge replacement." 

They went on to say that a "dangerous section of the roadway was re-aligned" due in part to high traffic routed to Bok Homa Casino. The project was funded by state aid and completed by Clark Engineers. 

The bridge is set to open on July 13 at 7:00 a.m. 

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