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Washington bridge collapse

A collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge lies in the Skagit River Friday, May 24, 2013, in Mount Vernon, Wash.
A portion of the Interstate-5 bridge is submerged after it collapsed into the Skagit River.
A truck is seen in the water after a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed into the Skagit River in Mount Vernon, Wash.
A man is seen sitting atop a car that fell into the Skagit River after the collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge there minutes earlier.
Rescue workers surround the scene where a pickup truck and a car fell into the Skagit River after the collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge.
A person is removed from the wreckage of the collapsed Interstate-5 bridge.
Rescue workers form a human chain to remove a woman from a smashed pickup truck that fell into the Skagit River.
Jeane Ebeling (from right) and Allee McCoy of Mount Vernon look at the collapsed bridge in the Skagit River.
Rescue workers look over the edge where a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed into the Skagit River.
An upside-down vehicle rests in the water after a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed.
A collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge lies at the Skagit River. At an overnight news conference, Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste blamed the collapse on a tractor-trailer carrying a tall load that hit an upper part of the span.
A worker looks at the collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge at the Skagit River on Friday.
The north end of the Interstate 5 bridge crossing the Skagit River lies collapsed in the water Friday
A collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge lies in the Skagit River Friday, May 24, 2013, in Mount Vernon, Wash. - Elaine Thompson / The Associated Press
A portion of the Interstate-5 bridge is submerged after it collapsed into the Skagit River. - Joe Nicholson / The Assocated Press
A truck is seen in the water after a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed into the Skagit River in Mount Vernon, Wash. - Jennifer Buchanan / The Associated Press
A man is seen sitting atop a car that fell into the Skagit River after the collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge there minutes earlier. - Francisco Rodriguez / The Associated Press
Rescue workers surround the scene where a pickup truck and a car fell into the Skagit River after the collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge. - Francisco Rodriguez / The Associated Press
A person is removed from the wreckage of the collapsed Interstate-5 bridge. - Frank Varga / The Associated Press
Rescue workers form a human chain to remove a woman from a smashed pickup truck that fell into the Skagit River. - Francisco Rodriguez / The Associated Press
Jeane Ebeling (from right) and Allee McCoy of Mount Vernon look at the collapsed bridge in the Skagit River. - Joe Nicholson / The Assocated Press
Rescue workers look over the edge where a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed into the Skagit River. - Joe Nicholson / The Assocated Press
An upside-down vehicle rests in the water after a portion of the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed. - Jennifer Buchanan / The Associated Press
A collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge lies at the Skagit River. At an overnight news conference, Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste blamed the collapse on a tractor-trailer carrying a tall load that hit an upper part of the span. - Elaine Thompson / The Associated Press
A worker looks at the collapsed portion of the Interstate 5 bridge at the Skagit River on Friday. - Elaine Thompson / The Associated Press
The north end of the Interstate 5 bridge crossing the Skagit River lies collapsed in the water Friday - Elaine Thompson / The Associated Press

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