From reporter Madeleine Baran:
Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis is still closed between 26th and Lake streets, after a cable support broke loose, compromising a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the highway late Sunday.
Light rail tracks running under the bridge are also closed, and buses are ferrying light rail passangers between the 38th St. and Franklin Avenue stations. The Martin Olav Sabo Bridge itself is also closed.
"There are just too many unknowns at the bridge. We have too much to consider and look at, and we need to be absolutely sure of public safety before we can open the bridge," Mike Kennedy, director of transportation, maintenance and repair for Minneapolis Public Works told MPR News Tuesday morning.
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