(FOX NEWS) – Ten people were reportedly injured following a two-lane bridge collapse in Pittsburgh early Friday morning, according to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Three of those injured were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, though they remain hospitalized Friday. First responders reported to the scene and rappelled nearly 150 feet to help passengers from a dangling bus. Others formed a human chain to help rescuers with the effort.
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President Joe Biden, who is expected in Pittsburgh Friday, will proceed with his trip as planned, according to a statement from the White House.