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Bridge Collapse Survivors Request Mementos

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.

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Minn. Settles Last 35W Bridge Case — Update

Minnesota's legal battle over the collapsed Interstate 35W bridge has ended with an $8.9 million settlement involving a California design firm.

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Dayton Orders Flags Lowered On I-35 Anniversary

From sunrise to sunset Wednesday, U.S. and Minnesota flags will fly at half-staff at government buildings to mark the fifth anniversary of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse.

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35W Bridge Collapse Artifacts Stay Out of Sight

To remember the collapse of a busy highway bridge, Minnesota historians have preserved a battered school bus door, an emergency worker's shirt and an Interstate 35W sign.

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Minneapolis Dedicating Memorial To Bridge Victims

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.

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Memorial To 35W Bridge Victims Starts Taking Shape

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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