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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.
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.
But his message wasn't heard until a day after the collapse because the employee was away from the office.