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Massive ice melting moves entire bridge out of its place

When it comes to the Northern countries, spring can be quite dangerous. Look at what happened when the frozen river started to melt in Sainte-Marie de Kent, New-Brunswick, Canada. They were lucky the bridge wasn't completely obliterated—it just moved it about three or six feet.

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It happened last week to a little bridge I built last summer.
It moved like 4 meters downstream and got pretty curved in the middle.
It's still functional though.
I'm in Canada too.
The flooding was pretty bad this year.