Drone Footage Of Catastrophic Damage To The Three Mile Bridge – 9/17/2020




Raw Drone Footage Of The Catastrophic Damage To The Three Mile Bridge. No Audio
Footage of the multiple destroyed section of the Highway 98 Three Mile Pensacola Bay Bridge that was hit by several run away barges during Hurricane Sally. Incredible footage showing massive sections of the bridge laying on top of a barge. Footage of huge sections of the bridges destroyed and damaged by the barges hitting the bridge during Hurricane Sally.
Shot Description

00:00 – Approaching the first damaged section of the Three Mile Bay Bridge.
00:14 – Tight shot of the damage from just above the water showing the road surface hanging into the water.
00:21 – Overhead footage of the extensive damage where it looks as if a barge was bouncing off the side of the bridge.
00:35 – Traveling and orbit shot to of the damaged sections of the bridge.
01:15 – Flyby of damage and another barge in the distance that hit the bridge.
01:42 – Orbit of the second damaged section of the bridge with additional sections of the bridge on a barge stuck under the collapsed bridge.
02:34 – Tight orbit of the second collapsed section of the bridge on top of a barge.
03:16 – Long shot and fly by of both damaged sections of the bridge with both barges stuck under the bridge.
05:08 – Tight shot of the catastrophic damage to the Three Mile Bridge.
05:15 – Pan shot of the catastrophic damage with rebar hanging out of what is left of the bridge.
05:35 – Orbit shot of construction equipment that slammed into the Three Mile Bridge and laying on the side of the bridge.
05:59 – A third barge that broke loose and was stuck under the bridge.
06:28 – Lower angle shot of the third barge stuck under the Three Mile Bridge where the large steel storage containers and equipment on the barge is smashed on the deck.
07:36 – Orbit of the third barge stuck and smashed under the Three Mile Bridge.
07:52 – Fly by shot of another barge in the water near the bridge for reference of that was on the deck of the third barge with the equipment smashed on its deck under the bridge.
08:32 – Fly by shot of a barge that ran aground on shore.
09:02 – Tight and orbit shot of the barge that ran aground next to a road and traffic driving by.

SID: Michael Gordon

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36 Replies to “Drone Footage Of Catastrophic Damage To The Three Mile Bridge – 9/17/2020”

  1. So this is the "new" bridge? where is the old bridge that was next to it, I don't see any remnants of it all. Sorry, it's been about a year and half since I left Pensacola, they took down the old bridge already? Okay…I guess I see parts of the old bridge towards the end of the video…God, what a mess.

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  3. At least it wasn't surge. That's how the old Twin Span got knocked out in Katrina. Many of those mid-century causeway-like bridges have spans that are held in by gravity. When the surge rose in Katrina, the waves pushed the bridge literally off of its supports.

  4. After looking at the video and now retired from industrial construction, the damage is far worse than what was reported. I see lots of integrity problems with the concrete structure and lots of time for repair. Concrete only gets 80% of it's strength in 30 days and continues to get the last 20% of it's strength over a period of years.

  5. Did the fishing pier lose a section in this storm? or was it removed to enable the bridge construction or old bridge removal. That fishing pier is not very old, 2010 if I recall. I have crossed the old bridge several times while they were driving in the concrete piers for this new section. I see all of the old bridge is gone now except for some of the pilings. Lots of damage underneath that probably will require removal of sections of roadway to replace.

  6. This is the NEW bridge… Make sure to never use those contractors again. I’m surprised a barge was able to make this much damage. Regardless of the hurricane

  7. So this is three or four times now a “barge broke free” and smashed into a major bridge on I10 …happened twice in t three months here in Houston. Now no conspiracy here. As there is a Major barge company right next to the bridge. But this isn’t the only place. It also just happened in Lake Charles two weeks ago. Now Pensacola …
    Why do they keep putting barges close to major infrastructure just before major storms ????? Doesn’t make sense logically. Unless your doing it on purpose to slow down interstate commerce.

  8. I was told back in the beginning there were cracks exposing rebar, and a barge did this much damage? and at our expense we are to drive this everyday?? there should be a huge investigation to this shoty work and rush to finish at the safety of the citizens.

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