CLEVELAND - The truck driver who Cleveland police said hit a pedestrian bridge above Interstate 90 is set to appear in court next month.
Michael Edwards, 35, of Warren, is scheduled to appear in Cleveland Municipal Court at 8:30 a.m. on April 4.
NewsChannel5 also got copies of Edwards’ citations, which includes shifting loose loads, full-time attention and driving an unsafe vehicle.
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On March 9, a truck from Big Blue Trucking was in the westbound lanes on I-90 with its trailer raised when it hit the pedestrian bridge near East 117th Street, police said.
Crews dismantled the heavily damaged bridge while the highway was closed in both directions over the weekend.
No injuries were reported, but the dump truck flipped during the crash.
The damaged bridge will cost $5 million to replace, according to Cleveland City Councilman Mike Polensek.
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