Posted by: Gregoryno6 | June 25, 2017

In London, crazy people attack other people on bridges

In Perth, it’s the bridges that are under attack.

June 2017 – the Hay Street bridge meets a truck heading south on the Mitchell Freeway. Please note, swearing has been added by the video maker. (Though not as much swearing as the truck driver encountered when he got to his delivery point.)

This is right in the heart of the CBD; the main part of the city is on the left, and to the immediate right is Parliament House. Surprisingly traffic was back to normal within a day.

If I was the Hay Street overpass I’d be taking stress leave. 2014: same bridge, practically the same spot.

Out in the suburbs the Bayswater railway bridge had an up close and personal in April this year.

From the story at WA Today:

The area has had a long and embarrassing history, with one local going so far as to put up a sign in November:

The sign proved accurate to within 24 hours when a Western Power truck was the latest to fall victim to the low clearance.
The story continues at the link. Japan to the rescue! Sort of.

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