You can’t make this stuff up, as they say.
According to USA Today:
President Joe Biden will travel to Pittsburgh on Friday to promote a bipartisan law aimed at shoring up the nation’s infrastructure network as rescue efforts were underway following a bridge collapse in the city.
The White House said Friday that Biden’s planned stop in Pittsburgh would proceed as planned. He is scheduled to speak hours after a two-lane bridge collapsed around 6 a.m., leaving a bus dangling on what remained of the span.
The Associated Press reported Friday rescuers had to rappel nearly 150 feet and formed a human chain to retrieve people who were left on the bus. As of Friday morning, only minor injuries were reported.
Pittsburgh bridge collapse:10 people injured, 3 taken to hospital after snow-covered bridge collapses in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Chief Darryl Jones said three or four vehicles were involved in the collapse and there were 10 minor injuries with three people brought to the hospital. None of the injuries were life-threatening, Jones said.