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I could mean now fox is sort of major highway bridge collapse.
Five right into the water.
This what are -- learning about the warning signs that could have been missed Heather Nauert has the developments that -- good morning and how.
Frightening that looks now we're hearing this morning that three.
Were rescued from those cars that were submerged in the water and this morning there in stable condition at the hospital and miraculously.
No one died.
This happening on a major interstate in Washington State.
Sending two cars plunging into the water right here you can see the vehicles -- in this stage -- river in -- and that's just north of Seattle.
And that collapse happened around 7 o'clock last night or survivor says that he and his wife were driving when that bridge.
Disappear at them right before their eyes and a big puff of -- A portion of the foreign lane bridge just completely gave way in both directions -- catalyst in the -- A few people live panel Brit just -- already had collapsed.
So let's get pretty scary.
Well no one died and authorities say that they do not believe that any other cars are in the river at this time they are now talking to a commercial truck driver.
Who is rigged they believe hit the bridge and may have contributed to the collapse listen.
We do have the -- forever remain that Saddam Hussein.
We've had the initial conversations with him to get an indication as to what occurred.
That will be ongoing in terms the investigation.
This morning we're also learning that the design of the bridges apparently outdated.
It was built in 1955.
And according to federal records.
It's efficiency rating is well below the state -- average rating investigation now under way to confirm what caused that collapse.
That bridge serving as the main route between Seattle and Canada and it's now completely cut off access and that could of course snarl traffic.
Ahead of the Memorial Day weekends and many of our repeat viewers were called that's the last major interstate bridge collapse happened back in 2007.
That was in Minnesota where thirteen people were killed.
And more than a 140 were injured the NTSB ended up citing -- design flaw as the cause of that collapse and I hope I pronounced the name of that river correctly I'm sure will be hearing from us -- absolutely our viewers know everything -- -- -- -- don't -- you very -- executive.
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