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In the Indian state of Gujarat, a bridge spanning a river that was 140 years old fell, killing 60 people.

In the Indian state of Gujarat, a bridge spanning a river that was 140 years old fell, killing 60 people.

In the Indian state of Gujarat, a bridge spanning a river that was 140 years old fell, killing 60 people.

In the Indian state of Gujarat, a bridge spanning a river that was 140 years old fell, killing 60 people.

In the Indian state of Gujarat, a bridge spanning a river that was 140 years old fell, killing 60 people.

Numerous people reportedly fell into the river as a bridge collapsed in the Indian city of Morbi, according to accounts in Indian media.

More than 500 people were on the bridge at the time of the tragedy, and 60 of them drowned after falling into the river, according to officials.

The bridge over the river, according to reports, was a hub of entertainment and opened to the public on October 26 following repairs last week.

According to accounts in the Indian media, the disaster resulted in several injuries, many of which are life-threatening.
Officials claim that 100 individuals are still submerged and that rescue efforts are in progress.

 

 

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