Two additional people remain missing, as an air force helicopter, fishing vessels and more than 60 military personnel including divers continued sought for possible victims. Taiwan’s military deployed a floatable bridge as the run continued. The collapse resulted hours after a typhoon swept through Taiwan, but it wasn’t clear if the cyclone triggered the collapse.
According to the National Fire Agency, the oil tanker truck on top of the bridge crash-landed into three fishing boats below and caught fire, seriously injuring its driver. That driver and nine guest workers on the damaged fishing boats were pulled from the water and rushed to a hospital.
The Associated Press contributed to this report .
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