MIAMI – An engineer who was involved in the supervision of the construction of the pedestrian bridge that Thursday in Miami in the Us state of Florida collapsed, to say two days before the incident warned of cracks in the construction. Due to the collapse of the under construction bridge came six people to life and fell ten wounded.
The engineer Denney Pate reported he observed cracks in a voicemail to the ministry of Transport of the state of Florida. The official to whom the message was directed, however, was not present at the office. He listened to the message, only a day after the accident. The engineer said in his message that according to his estimation, the cracks no acute danger for the security, stating, however, that they repaired had to be.
The company responsible for the construction of the bridge, would also of the cracks have known, but would not tear as acute safety risk, have seen.
The investigation into the cause of the incident is still in full swing. The bridge collapsed five days after it was set. The authorities fear that there are still bodies under the rubble.