March 17, 2018 at 5:31 pm #852830
There’s a lot of it about. The most recent in a long line of suspicious bridge collapses is the one in Miami Florida, March 15 2018
“like a bomb going off” – naturally, another hoax code. Other clues – ranks of ambulances doing nothing, except turning out for the drill. An absence of skid marks on the road, indicated that the vehicles were just parked up.
The witness says the bridge “weights about 900 tons” hmmmm Good guess! Only 40 tons out She’d have won the guess the weight prize with ease. [860 metric tons]
It must also have been the most photographed piece of bridge construction ever, before the collapse! Fancy that…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florida_International_University_pedestrian_bridge_collapse
It seems based on the Salado Texas collapse, which, rather than improbable “stress testing” with traffic flowing beneath, involved, allegedly, a truck and trailer demolishing it. Suuure Result – traffic chaos. [excellent bonus effect]
Hoax clue – the bridge was under construction [for the disaster drill]
…and a nice busy Interstate 35 to block. Ideal.
I suggest that the CR England trailer is a hoax calling card thrown in, a nod towards hoax central control over the Atlantic. Hoax calendar date – March 25 
The latter staged collapse was duplicated on the busy M20 freeway in Kent England in August 2016, which was staged to coincide with a busy holiday period.
There must be many more like this. I bet we don’t have to look far.These are expensive hoaxes to pull, but budgets are large.
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