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12 hours later bridge still smoldering About 90 minutes later, a portion of the bridge over GA 13, near Piedmont Road, collapsed.
Twelve hours later, as commuters hit the roads again, firefighters continued to extinguish the blaze that remains tommy choo shoes smoldering in several nooks and crannies of the rubble. The cause of the fire and subsequent collapse have not been determined. MORE Witnesses detail the fire and collapse With no injuries reported, according to Atlanta Fire Rescue Sgt. Cortez Stafford, the biggest concern for Atlanta Friday is traffic. Especially since 220,000 people drive that section of the interstate every day, according to Georgia Department of Transportation. The word "indefinite" is daunting when talking about road closures, especially when it a main artery into the heart of the city, but 11Alive will get you where you need to be as quickly and safely as possible. TrafficTrackers: Your alternate routes into the city With that said, Georgia Gov. Nathan Dea declared a state of emergency for Fulton County and urged drivers to avoid the large section of I 85 if at all possible Thursday night. He said high density plastic conduit was stored under the bridge. McMurry admits that the material was flammable, but said it wasn dangerous enough to move. he said that the fire marshal never told his agency to move the material, and that it could have been stored under the bridge since as far back as 2006. It still not yet known what caused the fire. Dr. Lauren Stewart of Georgia Tech said she be studying the disaster for years to come. does a good job of inspecting the bridges and jimmy choo diamond they definitely do have a maintenance schedule. But sometimes there are things that happen that are bigger than what everybody was designing for, Stewart said. RELATED Will MARTA be savior from I 85 collapse chaos? If you worried about driving into work, or anywhere near the city this weekend, MARTA is offering extended service and is increasing rail services. Bus routes affected by the collapse include 27, 6, 33, and 47. If you thought Atlanta traffic was bad before Georgia Department of Transportation wants drivers to beware of the following closures due to the damage on I 85 after Thursday fire and collapse.
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