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Fall River, Andrews Bridge Dedication, August 23, 2013MassDOT Highway Division representatives were pleased to join federal, state, and local officials along with family members for today’s dedication in Fall River of the SPC Scott A. Andrews Memorial Bridge on North Main Street at the Route 79 overpass.

Specialist Scott A. Andrews of Fall River served in Afghanistan with the Army’s 618th Engineer company beginning in December 2009 and conducted 42 combat missions.  He died while serving his country in Afghanistan in June 2010.

Scott’s family led the unveiling of the sign in his honor, joined by Congressman William Keating, Fall River Mayor William Flanagan, and former state representative David Sullivan along with veterans and Massachusetts National Guard representatives.

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