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Pedestrian bridges crossing Red River raised

FARGO - Pedestrian bridges crossing the Red River at Oak Grove in north Fargo and Lindenwood Park in south Fargo have been raised by the Fargo Park District for the spring.

FARGO - Pedestrian bridges crossing the Red River at Oak Grove in north Fargo and Lindenwood Park in south Fargo have been raised by the Fargo Park District for the spring.

This is done annually in preparation of the Red River flooding, a news release from the Park District stated. Both bridges are expected to be back in use by mid-May, depending on road restrictions and river levels.

Oak Grove Park is at 170 Maple St. N. and Lindenwood Park is at 1701 5th St. S.

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