Road bridge collapse kills dozens in Genoa

Aug 14, 2018 by Triton Staff

At least 20 people are dead and more are injured after a bridge collapsed near the port city of Genoa, Italy this morning. About 260 feet of the Morandi Bridge fell to the ground in an industrial section of the city. Rescue crews are on the scene to search for victims. There are several yacht facilities in the port area, including Marina Porto Antico, Marina Genova and the Yacht Club Italiano.

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