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Topic - I-35W Bridge
"Because the ground was so uneven because of the slabs and debris under there, the water depth kept changing, so that would change things up a bit. The visibility was really bad. It's the Mississippi and it's August, so visibility was under a foot," she told CNN.
"You have the jagged metal and broken glass, and the problem is you can't see what's around you and you don't know what else you're going to bump into," she told CNN.