Dozens feared dead after bridge collapses in Italian city Genoa
A bridge over an industrial area in the Italian city of Genoa has partially collapsed during a storm, leaving vehicles crushed in the rubble below.
There have been reports of fatalities after a 650ft section of the Morandi Bridge fell in the north-western city, as well as claims that one person had been pulled alive from the rubble.
Maria Luisa Catalano, a police official in Genoa, said authorities are still involved in rescue efforts and do not yet know the number of victims.
The head of the local ambulance service said there were "dozens of dead", Italian news agency Adnkronos... read more
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