On the Italian island of Sardinia is a snelwegbrug Wednesday partially collapsed after heavy rainfall.
There were no victims: the highway was already closed to traffic by a subsidence in the road surface.
The snelwegbrug spanned a river in the vicinity of the city of Cagliari, and plunged over a length of several meters. At that time there was no traffic on the bridge, because there is a subsidence in the road surface was determined.
The incident is reminiscent of the collapse of the Morandi bridge in Genoa in August. It came to 43 people killed.