September 5, 2015


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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. (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)
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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