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Rear Bumper Repair

My wife inadvertantly backed up over a cement lighting base with 3 bolts sticking up. Once she hit she immediately put the car in Drive and went forward, ripping open the black plastic guard around the bottom of the rear bumper. The hole is just below the small access panel on the right side of the bumper.
Question: can just the plastic guard be replaced or does the entire bumper have to be replaced? There appears to be no damage to any other component; only the black plastic guard around the bottom of the bumper.

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    bottom plastic falling off

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Screw it back on

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