The owners of a tanker that struck a bridge connecting New Hampshire and Maine are seeking a $2.4 million refund from the two states for the bond posted to release the vessel after the collision.
Authorities originally said the bridge would remain closed until Memorial Day weekend.
Transportation officials say an underwater inspection of a bridge between Maine and New Hampshire that was hit by an oil tanker shows that one of the piers was damaged.
A bridge between New Hampshire and Maine that was hit by an oil tanker will remain closed to traffic for two to four weeks after an inspection found damage that caused safety concerns.
An oil tanker broke loose from a pier and struck a heavily traveled bridge that links New Hampshire and Maine, damaging it and closing it to traffic.
A tanker carrying 12,000 gallons of gasoline was cutting through Boston on its way to Quincy when police pulled it over for an inspection.