Genoa (AP) - One year after the devastating bridge collapse has been thought in Genoa of the victims. During an emotional memorial service, the cardinal and archbishop of the Italian city, Angelo Bagnasco, recalled the "apocalypse that took our breath away". The ceremony took place at the site of the tragedy and reconstruction: overlooking the first pillar of the new bridge. On August 14, 2018, a piece of the road of the Morandi Bridge, about 180 meters long, had plunged into the depths. 43 people were killed.
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