Workers begin removing cars and debris from collapsed bridge
Crews began the painstaking work of removing debris and cars trapped under a collapsed bridge in Florida on Saturday (March 17). Florida Bridge Removal
At least six people were confirmed killed, and police have said more bodies may be recovered from the rubble. The accident occurred just five days after the 174-foot-long (53-meter) bridge, assembled by the side of the highway, was installed during a six-hour operation.
At least 10 people were taken to hospitals; two remained in critical condition.
Crews using heavy equipment lifted large pieces of concrete to free cars that have been trapped for nearly two days.
Uncertainty over the stability of remaining sections of the bridge hampered rescue efforts, officials said.
Story Bullets :
1. VARIOUS OF FLATBED TRUCKS HAULING VEHICLES THAT WERE TRAPPED UNDER BRIDGE
2. HEAVY EQUIPMENT LIFTING DEBRIS
3. MACHINERY MOVING BESIDE COLLAPSED BRIDGE
4. MEN WORKING TO DISMANTLE LARGE PIECE OF CONCRETE