QUECHEE, Vt. (WCAX) Vermont officials will not move forward with a plan to build a temporary net over the Quechee Gorge. The net would be used to prevent suicides at the bridge. Instead, Vermont Agency of Transportation officials say they will keep their plan for a permanent safety fence. The project manager says there would be a lot of costs and additional work if they went with temporary netting. A temporary fence was installed last month to address a number of suicides and other incidents at the gorge.
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