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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mary Peters
She flipped a pancake on Shrove Tuesday _ and somehow it even landed back in the pan.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Searchers found two more bodies today in the wreckage of the interstate bridge, bringing the death toll to seven with at least six missing more than a week after the bridge crumbled into the Mississippi River, authorities said.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Divers checked submerged cars in the Mississippi River today for victims still trapped beneath the twisted steel and concrete slabs of a collapsed bridge. As many as 30 people were reported missing as the rescue effort shifted to recovery.
WASHINGTON (AP) Federal officials and Minnesota lawmakers will travel to the Twin Cities today to begin investigating the collapse of an interstate bridge into the Mississippi River in Minnesota.
As the divers worked their way around at least a dozen submerged vehicles, Transportation Secretary Mary Peters announced a $5 million grant to help pay for rerouting traffic patterns around the disaster site.
Peters added that "none of those ratings indicated there was any kind of danger."