This bridge disaster really happened. The original Tacoma Narrows bridge opened July 1, 1940 and collapsed November 7, 1940 at 11:10 a.m. The bridge cost $6,400,000 and was the third longest span in the world at that time.No human lives were lost. The last person to drive onto the bridge, Leonard Coatsworth, a editor for the Tacoma News Tribune, left his 3-legged cocker spaniel "Tubby" in his car when the bridge twisting became too violent to drive in. A news ph...
Updated: 08:21 PM GMT del 14 Agosto 2011
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