Tasman Bridge survivor says lessons to be learned from US bridge tragedy

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March 27 2024 - 12:08pm
Frank Hanley with his Monaro, which is now displayed in a museum in Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler
Frank Hanley with his Monaro, which is now displayed in a museum in Launceston. Picture by Paul Scambler

The man who survived a brush with death in the Tasman Bridge collapse nearly 50 years ago says the latest bridge tragedy in the US demonstrates the need to halt traffic over bridges as ships sail underneath.

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Benjamin Seeder

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