A 140-year-old bridge over a river collapsed yesterday in the Indian state of Gujarat, resulting in the death toll of 134.
Yesterday, the bridge built on the Machhu river in Morbi city of Gujarat collapsed and at that time hundreds of people who were on the bridge for sightseeing were drowned in the river.
The number of people killed in the accident has reached 134 and many people are injured, while the search for dozens of missing people is going on.
According to Indian media reports, the CCTV of the bridge collapse has come out, in which it can be seen that hundreds of people are present on the bridge and all of them fell into the river as soon as the bridge collapsed.
Reports said that the bridge had a capacity of 100 people, but at the time of the accident, there were 400 people.
The bridge, built over the river in 1880, has been a center of entertainment and was opened to the public on October 26 after repairs last week.
According to reports, the police have arrested 9 people including the manager of the repair company.