- DREAM ABOUT BRIDGE COLLAPSE 23 July 2007
I am not sure if the location of this dream was London,U.S or somewhere else
a bridge possibly used for trains as well as cars near a river collapsed,cars were crashing on it and falling over the side,people were badly hurt,some were running and screaming,water was flooding everywhere.
I was there and was filming,the bridge was falling apart above my head,metal poles were coming down and narrowly missing my head so i ran to the other side of the road,i saw alot of Jewish people (so this location could have been one of the Jewish areas in London like Stamford hill or it could be Israel) they were running to safety and i helped them.
Not sure if this bridge collapse was caused by a bomb or something but there was a lot of noise
UPDATE 2ND AUG (this dream was emailed to my witness on 23rd july)
my good friend Annie just sent me this message :
eevee remember you had a dream about a bridge colapsing? well a bridge just sent cars into the river in mineapolis! it wasnt a really big city bridge it was pretty small,its on cnn right now! right back!
6 Killed In Minneapolis Bridge Collapse
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 1, 2007
(AP) An interstate bridge suddenly broke into huge sections and collapsed into the Mississippi River during bumper-to-bumper traffic Wednesday, killing at least six people and sending vehicles, tons of concrete and twisted metal crashing into the water.The Interstate 35W bridge, a major link between Minneapolis and St. Paul, was in the midst of being repaired when it collapsed.
“There were two lanes of traffic, bumper to bumper, at the point of the collapse. Those cars did go into the river,” Minneapolis Police Lt. Amelia Huffman. “At this point there is nothing to suggest that this was anything other than a structural collapse.”
Jamie Winegar of Houston said she was sitting in traffic when all of a sudden she started hearing “boom, boom, boom and we were just dropping, dropping, dropping, dropping.”
The car she was riding in landed on top of a smaller car but did not fall into the water. She said her nephew yelled, “‘It’s an earthquake!’ and then we realized the bridge was collapsing.”
Mayor R.T. Rybak said at least six people were killed. There were no immediate reports on the total number of injured, but Dr. Joseph Clinton, emergency medical chief at Hennepin County Medical Center, said the hospital treated 28 injured people _ including six who were in critical condition.
Other hospitals also were treating the injured. Clinton said at least one of the victims had drowned.
The arched bridge, which was built in 1967, rises about 64 feet above the river. An estimated 50 vehicles plunged into the water and onto the land below, the Star-Tribune reported.
A burning truck and a school bus clung to one slanted slab. The bus had just crossed the bridge before it crumpled into pieces, and broadcast reports indicated the children on the bus exited out the back door.
Christine Swift’s 10-year-old daughter, Kaleigh, was on the bus, returning from a field trip to Bunker Hills in suburban Blaine. She said her daughter called her about 6:10 p.m.
“She was screaming, ‘The bridge collapsed,'” Swift said.
She said a police officer told her all the kids got off the bus safely.
Dozens of vehicles were scattered and stacked on top of each other amid the rubble. Some people were stranded on parts of the bridge that aren’t completely in the water.
Melissa Hughes, 32, of Minneapolis said she was driving home across the bridge when she went down when the western edge in the collapse.
“You know that free fall feeling? I felt that twice,” said Hughes, who was not injured.
A pickup ended up on top of her car, partially crushing the top and back end.
“I had no idea there was a vehicle on my car,” she said. “It’s really very surreal.”
Many motorist could have been headed to the Minnesota Twins game scheduled not far from the bridge, but the game was postponed, team president Dave St. Peter said.
Ramon Houge told the St. Paul Pioneer Press that he was on his way home from work on the bridge when he heard a rumbling noise, saw the ground collapse and cars go down.
Traffic was bumper to bumper and hundreds of people would have been involved, he said. He said cars backed up as best they could and he parked in a construction zone and was finally able to turn around and drive off the bridge. “It didn’t seem like it was real,” he said.
Local television stations captured video of injured people being carried up the riverbank. There was no official word on injuries, but dozens of rescue vehicles were there. Divers were also in the water.
Workers have been repairing the 40-year-old bridge’s surface as part of improvements along that stretch of the interstate, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported on its Web site.
Homeland Security Department spokesman Russ Knocke also said the collapse did not appear to be terrorism-related.
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third from the end. From the recent floods here in Newcastle. Just a thought. This is the bridge that collapsed along with a family of 5. The bodies were found days later.
It isnt exactly the future but it might have been playing on your mind perhaps???
Tuesday 24 July 2007 – 12:18AM (EST) Remove Comment
*** TO FOOF***
…that could well be true,good thinking ,i looked at the photos and it didnt look like the bridge in my dream but its crazy how the mind mixes things up..so it could well be to do with what happened in your area with a little something else thrown in.i shall wait and keep an eye on the news and hope that nothing does happen like this !!
Monday 23 July 2007 – 06:15PM (EEST) Remove Comment
wow! hunny bunny! thats freaky. did you notice any landmarks in the background? anything that could possibly jog your memory? anyways dont fret about it babes, maybe you’ll have another dream.
Monday 23 July 2007 – 01:11PM (EDT) Remove Comment
~Kazz… Offline Wow,What your blog said about a bridge collapsing,i was taken aback,how eerie.
Sunday 5 August 2007 – 12:26PM (EEST) Remove Comment
FOOF Babes…I STILL have goosebumps re last paragraph.
Sunday 5 August 2007 – 12:28PM (EEST) Remove Comment