Trafficland has a live cam (updating every 6 seconds) aimed at the collapse site. Not much was going on (on top of bridge) when ACE checked -- just a few people walking around.
UPDATE: Overnight, the cam showed spotlights on the standing bridge and all around as grim recovery operations proceed in murky waters with fast currents. Congress is sending $250K right away to help (and probably a lot more later).
TL must have lots of capacity, given how many people must be looking at this at any given time.
It also has live cams from many US locations. Atlanta's I-285 and expressways crossing it are well covered. This could prove handy before you head out.
This tragedy deserves the coverage it's getting until all people/bodies are accounted for, but you know the media will play it way past that, unless a hotter story comes along.
The State of Georgia claims to inspect every bridge every year.
Surely everyone reading this has read about the Tacoma Narrows bridge collapse in 1940, which some predicted, calling it "Galloping Gertie."
Wikipedia has a list of bridge disasters.
The latest from AP.
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