The bridge over the Skagit River collapsed Thursday evening after a truck with an over-size load struck the span, dumping vehicles and three people into the water, state officials said.
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Depending on its cause, Thursday night’s Skagit River bridge collapse might figure into discussions in Olympia about whether to raise gas taxes and fees to pay for transportation work.
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