A highway bridge has collapsed and injured at least 10 people in central Pennsylvania, authorities said, after a pipe broke.
The highway bridge in the small town of Pikes Peak was struck by the force of the collapse, and a second bridge at Pikes Creek in nearby Mount Washington State Park collapsed after a truck carrying cement fell through, according to a statement from the state Highway Patrol.
The accident happened in the early morning hours Wednesday.
No one was injured in the collapse of the first bridge, officials said.
The Highway Patrol said it is looking for the driver of the truck, a 55-year-old woman, who is being questioned by investigators.