Residents and business owners are probably pretty upset that the construction of the West State Bridge in Salem, Ohio will be delayed an additional 2 weeks following a rebar collapse, according to WKBN News. 150 cubic yards of concrete fell to the railroad tracks approximately 30 feet below, after the 65 foot by 28 foot area collapsed. Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) representatives visited the site shortly after to assess the situation. ODOT's initial reports believe the cause of the collapse to be a problem in the false work.
Fortunately, no one was injured by the collapse. Crews then had to rush to clean up the spill before the concrete hardened. Sounds like a fun day at the office.
Video below is a news report from WKBN shortly after the incident: