Bay Bridge Opening In Question and Asiana Crash Update
Two days after transportation officials announced that the Bay Bridge opening would be delayed until December, an independent review panel proposed a surprise interim fix that would allow the span to open on Labor Day or sooner. The plan calls for installing steel plates -- shims -- in gaps between bearings to prevent them from swiveling. We also get an update on new revelations about the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash at San Francisco International Airport.
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