Cars crushed as trailer gets stuck under downtown Calgary bridge
Police and fire officials were on scene around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
A trailer filled with cars collided with a downtown Calgary bridge, crushing the cars it was carrying and getting stuck shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The incident, which happened at First Street S.W. between Ninth and 10th Avenue, tied up traffic. It was stuck under the pavilion underneath the iconic glass Canadian Pacific Railway dome.
Police and fire officials were on scene, with fire investigating to ensure there were no structural issues on the walkway.
A sign posted on the road states it has a 3.8-metre clearance. Officials continue to investigate.
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