No one was hurt when a newly opened bridge over the Swan River near Canora collapsed on Friday.
About five meters of the centre span of the Dyck Memorial replacement bridge west of Swan Plain fell into the river in the R.M of Clayton.
An early investigation shows the piling under the part of the bridge that let go started sinking, and an hour later the centre span collapsed.
The Regina based company that built it will be part of the team investigating what went wrong, and a new bridge will be constructed in the next few weeks.
Meantime, farmers and others will need to find an alternate route.