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Taiwanese investigators probing the wreckage of the Kaoping motorway bridge that collapsed into a swollen river on 27 August are looking for signs that earlier scour prevention work may have caused the disaster. More than 20 people were injured when two spans of the four lane crossing of the Kaoping river in south west Taiwan sagged, apparently because one of the multi-span structure's many support piers was undermined by scour.