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Minnesota Marks 1 Year Since Fatal Bridge Collapse

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Minnesota Marks 1 Year Since Fatal Bridge Collapse

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Minnesota Marks 1 Year Since Fatal Bridge Collapse

Minnesota Marks 1 Year Since Fatal Bridge Collapse

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One year ago Friday in Minnesota's Twin Cities, the Interstate 35 West bridge crumbled into the Mississippi River, killing 13 and injuring 140 people. Accelerated construction of a new bridge is almost complete.

Tom Weber reports from Minnesota Public Radio.

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