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Sheriff: Bridge Site to Be Treated as Crime Scene
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Sheriff: Bridge Site to Be Treated as Crime Scene

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Sheriff: Bridge Site to Be Treated as Crime Scene

Sheriff: Bridge Site to Be Treated as Crime Scene
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As many as 50 vehicles rest on a collapsed section of bridge in Minneapolis. i

Vehicles rest on a collapsed section of the I-35 West bridge in Minneapolis. Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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As many as 50 vehicles rest on a collapsed section of bridge in Minneapolis.

Vehicles rest on a collapsed section of the I-35 West bridge in Minneapolis.

Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images

The official death toll in the I-35 West bridge collapse in Minneapolis stands at four, but officials say there are more bodies in the water.

Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek, who has been overseeing search efforts in the Mississippi River, says his team is ready to begin recovering vehicles from the water. He talks with Alex Cohen.

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