Bridge Implodes in Slow Motion with the Help of Explosives
As infrastructure crumbles, there isn't always an easy way to take it down other than simply blowing it up. The Washita River Bridge was damaged by flooding and demolition specialists decided to take it down to make room for new construction. The whole event was captured in slow motion on a go pro, and even though it's quick, it is incredibly satisfying to watch. While this is technically an implosion, parts of the bridge come flying at the camera, and the steel structure falls to the ground and breaks, check it out!
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