Seventy five years after the first Tacoma Narrows Bridge succumbed to 40-mile-an-hour winds, her legacy is cemented in local lore as the tall, slender, elegant bridge that crumpled into the Puget Sound in 1940. Video by David Montesino David Montesino Staff photographer
Seventy five years after the first Tacoma Narrows Bridge succumbed to 40-mile-an-hour winds, her legacy is cemented in local lore as the tall, slender, elegant bridge that crumpled into the Puget Sound in 1940. Video by David Montesino David Montesino Staff photographer

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