Survivors of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis may be able to keep a piece of scrap steel as a reminder of the historic event. About 25 to 30 survivors of the 2007 collapse have asked the state for the mementos now that the legal issues have been resolved.
Minneapolis marks the fourth anniversary of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse by dedicating a memorial honoring the lives lost and the survivors. A public ceremony at 5:10 p.m. Monday will dedicate the Remembrance Garden across the street from Gold Medal Park.
The memorial to victims of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse is starting to take shape at a Minneapolis park along the Mississippi River. Mayor R.T. Rybak and the architect of the so-called Remembrance Garden planned to showcase the construction Thursday.
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