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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Cape Fear Memorial Bridge will get more work done this fall. The NC Department of Transportation says it will need to close the bridge for two weekends to replace the cables on the lift span.

NCDOT resident engineer Wayne Currie tells WWAY the closings are tentatively set for the last weekend in September and the second weekend in October. He says the bridge will be closed those weekends from Friday evening to Monday morning.

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