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Concrete truck goes over 4 ton weight limit bridge, causes partial collapse


On Thursday morning, Texas authorities responded to a partial bridge collapse that caused a truck to fall into a creek.

The crash occurred around 8 a.m. in the Willis, Texas area.

When the North Montgomery County Fire Department arrived on scene, they found a concrete truck had fallen through the bridge and was partially resting in a creek below.

No injuries were reported.

KHOU reports that the the bridge was built in the 1980s.

In images captured at the scene, you can see signage that indicates a four ton weight limit for the bridge.

Crews will use a crane to remove the truck from the bridge structure.


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