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Dashcam Video Shows Deadly Florida Bridge Collapse that killed Six

Jamaican Man Among Six Killed in Bridge Collapse at Florida University Chilling dashcam video captured the moments a pedestrian bridge near Florida International University collapsed on top of cars and killing six people. RIP to the victims.


BREAKING NEWS: 'Multiple deaths' as 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapses on top of cars and people on Florida college campus just days after it was installed DECEASED: JAMAICAN NAVARO BROWN.

One of the six people killed when a pedestrian bridge collapsed at Florida International University (FIU) in the United States has been identified as a Jamaican, Navaro Brown.

The 37-year-old died in hospital after being injured when the bridge collapsed onto a bustling roadway in Miami last Thursday.

Brown had been employed at Structural Technologies VSL – a company that provides products to strengthen bridges, buildings and other structures – and was one of three employees injured in the collapse. His two colleagues were hospitalized and have been listed as stable.


Michael Biesiada, a spokesman for Structural Technologies, did not say what Brown was doing at the time of the collapse but said he was “working on the project providing installation support for our products”.

The Jamaican was the second deceased identified, after FIU student Alexa Duran was named as the first victim. The others who perished were: married father of three, Brandon Brownfield; Rolando Fraga Hernandez; Oswald Gonzalez and Alberto Arias.

FIU held a moment of silence today at 1:47 p.m., exactly four days to the minute after the bridge collapsed.


A pedestrian walkway in Miami collapsed on Thursday, killing several people.

The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed the fatalities after multiple vehicles were crushed by the span near Florida International University's campus.

The bridge was scheduled to open early next year.

The walkway weighed 950 tons and was 174 feet long, according to FIU.

It was built and designed by MCM in partnership with FIGG Bridge Engineers with the expectation that it could withstand hurricane-force winds, the college said.

According to FIU, the bridge was lifted off its temporary supported and placed in its permanent position — atop a seven-lane road — on Saturday.

The $11.4 million bridge was meant to connect the school to the city of Sweetwater. It is part of a $124 million expansion of the campus.

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Comment by HandsomeMan on March 22, 2018 at 7:57pm
Well said a
Comment by mr1stroke on March 15, 2018 at 11:10pm

all politics when they start suing they will find out who is who when they have to approve the checks those insurance companies wont pay all that money and keep silence, 4 people dead is a damn lot of money depends on what they were doing as occupation, lets just hope they were not doctors, or lawyers or even more than the survivors 

Comment by caribmama on March 15, 2018 at 8:50pm

The funny thing is, it was two companies working together. The other company was a government company....LOL!

Comment by mr1stroke on March 15, 2018 at 7:52pm

that is always the case, thats why i said politic is big business, now if you do the investigation you will find somebody got paid to approve that bid, or a political figure is involve with that company or a member of the family, that bridge cost millions and every one has to get paid, lol watch me do my homework i will get a piece of politics i have negros dont think im coming to save them, im coming to clean house , please hold on to Al sharpton lol look what steve harvey and Van Jones are doing to negros but no one says nothing

Comment by caribmama on March 15, 2018 at 7:35pm

The construction company has had past violations. I don't know why they don't pull their license or permits. The almost killed some construction workers in another job. The bridge they were putting together collapsed.

Comment by mr1stroke on March 15, 2018 at 6:34pm

as bad as it may seems, look on the bright side, at least it was a nice weather, should it been around hurricane season, rainy season there could of been  more casualties

Comment by caribmama on March 15, 2018 at 3:58pm


Comment by mr1stroke on March 15, 2018 at 3:53pm
Lol well may be it was an hurricane
Comment by mr1stroke on March 15, 2018 at 3:52pm
Well let's investigate the contracting company let see how he won that bid, we see what happened to that electrical company who won the first bid to peurtorico the mufucker only had 2 employees again people politic is big business, every one are getting paid even if lives are at risk
Comment by caribmama on March 15, 2018 at 3:43pm

You should not be in business if you can't even put up a bridge.






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