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>> Hours before a newly built bridge collapsed at Florida International University in Miami, engineers along with state and school officials met to discuss a crack in the bridge and concluded it was not a safety concern. About three hours after that meeting ended, the 950 ton bridge came crumbling down, killing at least six people.
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Workers recovered three of those bodies on Saturday, as they began removing vehicles from the rubble.>> We believe that underneath, completely buried under there, there was six vehicles. So we've removed two. We're trying to tackle two more.>> Two days before the pedestrian bridge collapsed, the engineer overseeing the project left a voicemail for a Florida transportation department employee, advising he saw cracks in the bridge.
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But his message wasn't heard until a day after the collapse because the employee was away from the office.