Bridge in China collapses, sending vehicles into river

Bridge in China collapses, sending vehicles into river

Two people are missing after a bridge plunged into a river sending two vehicles into the water in southern China. Heyuan city officials said the 120-metre (390-foot) section collapsed early on Friday morning. The cause of the collapse is under investigation but it comes as southern China is battered by heavy rain which has brought flooding.

SimonR 7 months

Made in china

Plumer 7 months

The Chinese Communist Party will do what it always does, blame all their problems on the west and colonialism, completely ignorant of the fact China is a nation forged at the point of a sword at the expense of many different groups. Also FREE TIBET and Uyghurs.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 7 months

Not surprised that the story neglects information about the age and construction of the bridge.

david dindu
david dindu 7 months

looking at that river china needs an epa

Havoc44 7 months

we all know why the bridge collapsed. I'll bet it wasn't even a decade old yet.

Jax Milovitch
Jax Milovitch 7 months

Ah another Chinese product

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