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.

Timothy
Timothy
SimonR
SimonR 7 months

Made in china

Plumer
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
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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