Traffic is bumper to bumper as people scrambled to find alternate routes on Friday, March 31, 2017. (AP Photo/Alex Sanz)
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Commuters are bracing for huge rush hour traffic jams and delays Monday as the first full workweek opens since the fiery collapse of a major Atlanta interstate bridge.Officials pledged after Thursday's collapse of a 350-foot section of Interstate 85 that a replacement bridge would be built as soon as possible, but could take months.The bridge is the key link to some of the city's biggest suburbs.Authorities said the fire was started by a man who was smoking crack under the bridge in an area north of downtown Atlanta where the state of Georgia stores noncombustible construction materials.
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