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    :: Tuesday, October 21, 2003 ::

    Man who fell from bridge identified By REID MAGNEY (Oct 7)
    Construction of the arch section of the new Mississippi River bridge will remain shut down today in deference to the family of Anthony J. Poterala, who died in a fall Monday.

    Poterala was an apprentice ironworker employed by Hi-Boom Erecting Inc. of Black River Falls, a subcontractor on the $40 million bridge project.
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