New Bridge in Northeast China Collaps...

New Bridge in Northeast China Collapses, Three Dead

There are 9 comments on the The Epoch Times story from Aug 26, 2012, titled New Bridge in Northeast China Collapses, Three Dead. In it, The Epoch Times reports that:

The approach ramp of the Yangmingtan Bridge in Harbin, China's northeastern Heilongjiang Province, collapsed in the early morning of Aug.

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Filmalay

Gävle, Sweden

#1 Aug 26, 2012
Countries all over the world should not hire any contractors from China to build anything from buildings to roads, bridges and railways. Everything in China are substandard and super low quality.
Wynn

Las Vegas, NV

#3 Aug 26, 2012
Yup, it's another "Made in China" shoddy disaster.
Snowflake

San Francisco, CA

#4 Aug 26, 2012
Bridges and overpasses collapsed all the time in the world. I think someone made a boo boo and allowed to trucks to use the bridge when they are over weighed, someone is in deep trouble. In China just like America there are weigh stations which will not allow trucks with too heavy a load to cross, I think there are two trucks overload with gravel trying to cross, the weigh operator was probably bribed and allowed these two trucks to cross. Corruption gets people killed. Some one might be executed for this,I hate to see it.
excartpuller

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Aug 26, 2012
Filmalay wrote:
Countries all over the world should not hire any contractors from China to build anything from buildings to roads, bridges and railways. Everything in China are substandard and super low quality.
Maybe just an inside job there seems to be a surge of this sort of incedents inside cHina. I suspect underground revolt.
Info

Supanburi, Thailand

#6 Aug 27, 2012
Snowflake wrote:
Bridges and overpasses collapsed all the time in the world. I think someone made a boo boo and allowed to trucks to use the bridge when they are over weighed, someone is in deep trouble. In China just like America there are weigh stations which will not allow trucks with too heavy a load to cross, I think there are two trucks overload with gravel trying to cross, the weigh operator was probably bribed and allowed these two trucks to cross. Corruption gets people killed. Some one might be executed for this,I hate to see it.
You are Chinese,aren't you? I can tell from your English. You use the past where you should use the present,'collapse' not 'collapse'.
The reality

Dallas, TX

#7 Aug 27, 2012
China was, is and will always be a sh!thole of gargantuan proportions. No escaping that reality.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#8 Aug 27, 2012
Info wrote:
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You are Chinese,aren't you? I can tell from your English. You use the past where you should use the present,'collapse' not 'collapse'.
Check your spelling, lady. You must be Chinese.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#9 Aug 27, 2012
excartpuller wrote:
<quoted text> Maybe just an inside job there seems to be a surge of this sort of incedents inside cHina. I suspect underground revolt.
Stop dreaming. That' more likely to happen in your country.
Commie bashing

Scottsdale, AZ

#10 Aug 27, 2012
Snowflake wrote:
Bridges and overpasses collapsed all the time in the world. I think someone made a boo boo and allowed to trucks to use the bridge when they are over weighed, someone is in deep trouble. In China just like America there are weigh stations which will not allow trucks with too heavy a load to cross, I think there are two trucks overload with gravel trying to cross, the weigh operator was probably bribed and allowed these two trucks to cross. Corruption gets people killed. Some one might be executed for this,I hate to see it.
Snowflake is a c_u_n_t and dumb too!

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