New Madrid Stress: 400ft section of Interstate bridge sinks (new Zetatalk)

Massive 33-year-old interstate bridge is closed after it starts SAGGING in the middle

A 400-foot section of a bridge in Wisconsin has been closed after a motorist noticed the bridge was beginning to sag.

The Leo Frigo Bridge suddenly began to dip forcing police to close off the span that carries Interstate 43 over the Fox River some 120 feet below.

It appears the dip was caused by one of the pillars that holds up the bridge which sank around two feet into the ground.

The bridge, which carries 40,000 cars a day, will be closed indefinitely.

‘We understand the disruption this is going to cause to traffic,’ said Wisconsin Transportation Secretary Mark Gottlieb.

The bridge was built in 1980 and last inspected in August 2012 when it was declared sound and renovated shortly thereafter.



Sitting on the edge of the Great Lakes, the Leo Frigo Bridge is showing signs of the stress on the New Madrid faultline that the Zetas have long described is happening.  The Lakes themselves have shown repeatedly that they are under stress by the numerous occurrences of dead fish, killed by methane released by the shifting rock beneath the surface.



The tearing of the rock under the I-43 bridge over the Fox River at Green Bay should not be a surprise, as Wisconsin has clearly torn in this region in the past. We warned over a decade ago that Wisconsin would participate in widening of the Seaway, and the Green Bay hum which appeared in 2008 was a clear warning that the rock stress had started.  Wisconsin is ripping open along a line that follows the Peninsula down along the Fox River toward Madison, the pulled rock evident in the small lakes along that line. The booms that proceeded from Clintonville to Montelo to Baraboo in 2012 parallel that line. What does this mean for Wisconsin? 

At the hour of the Pole Shift Wisconsin will find Lake Michigan arriving almost to Nancy’s toes at Baraboo and Madison. The split at Green Bay will rent apart, traveling along the thin crust that is the Fox River bed, then splintering in many directions along other thin crust areas. Prior to the Pole Shift the New Madrid adjustment will also tear Wisconsin. The New Madrid Fault Line runs past Chicago and then below the Great Lakes through Ohio. The rock structures that are holding  the Seaway together will be weakened. Michigan, near Detroit, has a regular hum from stressed rock. All states and provinces along the Seaway should expect tearing well before the Pole Shift.  


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