Which cable suspension road bridge, known as "Galloping Gertie", was completely destroyed due to "aeroelastic flutter" on 7 November 1940?
Tacoma Narrows Bridge
No person was killed: a dog was killed and 3 vehicles were lost. It blew down 4 months after opening, and was rebuilt in 1950.
The General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge, opened in 1962 and named after a distinguished hero of the War of Independence in the country, spans what?
London Bridge, bought for US$2.5 million from the City of London when the bridge was replaced in 1968, crosses a 930ft (280m) long man-made canal in Lake Havasu City in which US state?