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 Kerch Srait bridge construction: dozens of pipes got washed up ashore by storm. VIDEO+PHOTOS

Dozens of corrugated pipes used in construction of the Kerch Srait bridge were washed up on shore of the city of Kerch in Russia-occupied Crimea.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Kerch.FM, the journalists saw the same pipes at the construction site of the Kerch Srait bridge in the area where the bridge sections were to be connected by a navigable arch. These pipes are wave breakers designed to protect construction from waves during storms.
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