A Getaway From The Everyday
Such a heartbreaking tragedy! One never knows....
News mentioned that the structural weakening signs of the bridge were not heeded for years:(Sad thing, really; some government officials (road works department?) should be held accountable for the tragedy.
I remember reading a report years ago by the DOT (or one of those agencies) that listed thousands of bridges that they considered to be on the edge of disaster-- and they said that isn't including the ones built for trains. And the smaller rural ones. It gave me a fear of bridges. And I lived in Maryland.You can't go anywhere there without crossing a bridge at some point.Very tragic.My thoughts and prayers are with their families tonight.
It was all over the news in Singapore. I pray for the dead, missing and injured.
So sad. I am sorry for all those people...
A.I. while there were reports of problems with the bridge, there are others in worse shape ...there will be plenty of blame to pass aroundTricia, I suspect a lot more attention to some of those reports will be given in the coming monthsEastcoast, thanks so much.,,
It's just so sad.... Every single time I pass through a construction on the bridge since then, I always say my hail marys...
Sharon, Me too!
that was DREADFUL i can't believe that happened. awful happening, seriously
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