Ponte Morandi

Ponte Morandi (English: Morandi Bridge) was a part of the Polcevera viaduct (Italian: Viadotto Polcevera), on the A10 motorway in Italy. It crossed the Polcevera stream between the districts of Sampierdarena and Corniglianoin Genoa, Liguria. The viaduct was built between 1963 and 1967, and officially opened on 4 September 1967; it was named after its designer, Riccardo Morandi. The bridge partially collapsed on 14 August 2018,[1] killing at least 37 people (with another 3 missing).[2]