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Videos: Watch I-70/Pecos bridge being built and moved in 90 seconds

Building and moving a bridge into place at Interstate 70 and Pecos was an incredibly time-consuming task. But that doesn't mean watching it happen will take all day.

The Colorado Department of Transportation, which tackled this enormous undertaking, has created time-lapse videos showing the bridge's construction, as well as the weekend effort to put it into place.

Check out the clips here.

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