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Florida / Bridge Collapse #1122042

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 16, 2018
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Miami: Victor Oquendo) The deadly pedestrian bridge collapse in Florida near Florida International University that crushed cars featured; scenes of the actual collapse, wreckage & the bridge being installed on Saturday & photo of victim Alexa Duran shown. [Miami-Dade County deputy mayor Maurice KEMP†- says the focus is to remove the cars.] [Miami-Dade County police dept. director Juan PEREZ†- comments on victims.] [Jorge FRAGA - says his uncle may be there.] [American Society of Civil Engineers former president Andy HERRMANN†- talks about the stress test.] [NTSB chairman Robert SUMWALT†- comments on the investigation.] What Florida International University is saying about the companies involved & word of another victim, Navarro Brown, discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Oquendo, Victor

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