35W Bridge Collapse Led To PTSD In Many SurvivorsLindsay Walz fell 120 feet from the bridge's center span. Trapped in her submerged car, she miraculously survived.
WCCO Remembers The 35W Bridge CollapseIt was a quiet evening in the WCCO newsroom on Aug. 1, 2007. The 6 p.m. newscast had just begun. It was business as usual.
The I-35W Bridge Collapse: What Happened, What's ChangedTen years ago Tuesday, a bridge carrying a busy stretch of freeway collapsed without warning into the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis during the evening rush hour.
10 Years After Bridge Collapse, Minnesota's Infrastructure Has Come A Long WayTen years after the catastrophic collapse of the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis has completely overhauled how it builds and inspects bridges.
MPD Officer Recalls Rescuing Woman From 35W Bridge CollapseTen years after the 35W bridge collapse, we hear from an officer who carried a woman from the disaster to safety.
'The Whole Bridge Is Down': 1st Responders Reflect On 35W Bridge CollapseThey were the first rigs to respond to one of the worst man-made disasters in Minnesota history.
'On A Scale We Hadn't Witnessed Before': Doctors Remember I-35W Bridge CollapseAs terrible as Aug. 1, 2007 was for Minnesota, we all know it could have been even worse if it weren't for the hands that helped that day.
Wreath Dedicated To Honor 35W Bridge Collapse VictimsRescuers came back to the riverfront on Tuesday to pay their respects to those lost and injured in the 35W bridge collapse.
Bill Directs MnDOT On Disposal Of 35W Bridge PartsMinnesota transportation officials might have to follow specific instructions from state lawmakers when disposing of parts from the collapsed Interstate 35W bridge.
35W Bridge Collapse Artifacts Stay Out Of SightTo remember the collapse of a busy Minnesota highway bridge, state historians preserved items they thought would vividly convey the chaotic scene that unfolded back in 2007: a battered Interstate 35W sign, an emergency worker's shirt, the back door of a school bus that young survivors used to escape.
Park Board Approves I-35W Memorial Site