The Mississippi River around Memphis reopens to vessel traffic

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The Mississippi River reopened to vessel traffic on Friday near Memphis, Tennessee. Previously, it was blocked due to a cracked bridge which shutdown of a part of the waterway, causing disruptions in the shipments of oil and corn on more than 1,000 barges.

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