Part of N.C. 12 between the Bonner Bridge and Rodanthe that was destroyed by Hurricane Irene in August 2011. A group of Outer Banks property owners is suing to stop a new N.C. 12 bridge designed to avoid erosion and frequent storm wash-outs.
Part of N.C. 12 between the Bonner Bridge and Rodanthe that was destroyed by Hurricane Irene in August 2011. A group of Outer Banks property owners is suing to stop a new N.C. 12 bridge designed to avoid erosion and frequent storm wash-outs. CHRIS SEWARD 2011 News & Observer file photo
Part of N.C. 12 between the Bonner Bridge and Rodanthe that was destroyed by Hurricane Irene in August 2011. A group of Outer Banks property owners is suing to stop a new N.C. 12 bridge designed to avoid erosion and frequent storm wash-outs. CHRIS SEWARD 2011 News & Observer file photo

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