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China’s 100m-high bridge collapsed after glass panels smash

Tourists were in shock as China’s 100m-high glass bridge collapsed.

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Tourists were in shock as China’s 100m-high glass bridge collapsed.

A man was on the bridge as the transparent glass panel broke with the sudden strong wave of wind. The bridge is situated at Piyan Mountain in Longjing city located in Zhangjiajie national park, Hunan province. It is one of the tops visited tourist spots after the Great Wall of China.

A group of firefighters rushed to save the man standing on the bridge. The photos showed people clinging on one side of the bridge. State media reports were viewed more than 5.8 million times on China’s microblogging social media platform, Weibo. The man was taken to the hospital and is under assessment and counseling. 

It is one of the scariest bridges and it is none other than a nightmare. State media reported local governments were preparing guidelines to limit their construction, including technical standards and recommendations against building in earthquake zones. The park is closed and under investigation. 

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