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Elevation from northwest quadrant.
Views beside bridge from southwest quadrant.
Truss spans elevation from southwest quadrant.
Elevation of individual truss spans from southwest quadrant.
View of truss web.
Replacement span for the collapsed span. Formerly the northernmost truss span. View from southwest quadrant.
Replacement span for the collapsed span. Formerly the northernmost truss span. View from northwest quadrant.
Southern approach spans elevation from southwest quadrant.
Northern approach spans elevation from southwest quadrant.
Northern approach spans elevation from northwest quadrant.
Individual spans of the northern approach viewed from northwest quadrant.
Top chord connections.
Bottom chord connections.
View under approach span.
View under truss span.
Lateral bracing connection.
Bridge Collapse Photos Below. Photo Credit: WSDOT
Views of the truck that collapsed the bridge. Technically it was the load being pulled by the truck that collided with the bridge's bracing.
Elevation of collapsed span.
Aerial view of collapsed span.
Collapsed span as seen from on bridge.
Pier for collapsed span.
View on a standing truss span.
Removing the collapsed span.
Temporary Bailey truss span being trucked in.
Assembling Bailey truss.
Launching the Bailey truss over the river.
Installing deck for Bailey truss after it was launched over the river.
Temporary Bailey truss span.
Construction of permanent replacement span over the river next to the Bailey truss span.
Permanent span beams being delivered to site.
Permanent span completed in temporary location.
Permanent span being slid into place.
Permanent span slid into place.