Design errors may have played a role in the collapse of the 174-foot-long bridge span that was under construction at Florida International University, according to a Nov. 15 investigative update from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The structure, which was being constructed over live traffic along SW 8th Street, killed six when it suffered a sudden, catastrophic collapse on March 15.
NTSB Cites Design Errors in Fatal Bridge Collapse
November 28, 2018
Scott Judy - Engineering News-Record
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