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San Francisco, California / Highway Collapse #858969

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 30, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The problems for commuting in San Francisco following the collapse of a highway due to a truck accident reported; scenes shown of the highway before and now.

(Emeryville, California: Neal Karlinsky) The resulting changes in traffic in San Francisco around the Bay Bridge area examined; scenes shown from BART, the highways, the fire from the crashed tanker truck and from the routing center. [Commuter Gene MORELAND†, college STUDENT - react.] [Caltrans spokesman John CUNLIFFE†- cites the enormous ripple effect in the Bay area.]

Gibson, Charles;
Karlinsky, Neal

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