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A man told the local Skagit Valley Herald newspaper he felt a vibration and looked in his rear view mirror to see that the part of bridge he had just crossed was no longer behind him. "I thought something was wrong with my car at first," he said.
Kari Ranten, a spokeswoman for Skagit Valley Hospital, said two people who were injured in the collapse were on their way to the hospital for medical care and that another person was being taken to a different area hospital.
Washington state authorities have told the Associated Press that there have been no deaths as in the collapse of a highway bridge north of Seattle.
The major highway bridge linking Seattle with Canada and the rest of the Pacific Northwest region had collapsed dumping at least a handful of vehicles and people into a river.
Mr Justice Tugendhat will give his decision on the meaning of an allegedly libellous tweet she sent after a Newsnight report that wrongly implicated the Tory peer in child sex abuse allegations.
Earlier this month the judge reserved his decision in the case.
If the judgment goes in Lord McAlpine's favour, there will be another hearing at a later date on the appropriate level of damages, unless the two sides reach a settlement.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck in Northern California, epicenter of the quake was located 2 miles (3 km) northeast of the town of Canyondam according to the US Geological Survey.
Initial reports had said the quake was magnitude 5.9.
A 5.7 magnitude quake is considered moderate, but has the potential to cause considerable damage.
Before making his address to the UEFA congress Prince William will have a private meeting with president Michel Platini , Fifa president Sepp Blatter and FA chairman David Bernstein.
It is likely to be the first time the Duke has met Blatter since the royal played a role in England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup, joining a delegation in Switzerland in 2010 which included David Cameron and David Beckham, but ultimately failed.
William is likely to make reference to the 150th anniversary of the formation of the FA, celebrated this year, in his speech.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has struck near Canyondam in northern California according to the US Geological Society.
There were reports of incidents in several Stockholm suburbs with youths damaging a police station and schools.
Although quieter than previous nights, eight arrests have been made in connection to disturbances related the police station incident in which people tried to start a fire at the station in Alvsjo in south Stockholm. They had also broken nearby shop windows.
In Tensta, near Husby in northwestern Stockholm where the violence started on Sunday evening (May 19), a fire bomb was thrown into a school building. The fire was quickly put out. Later, the emergency services were called to a another fire at a kindergarten school in Kista, also near Husby.
Since Sunday, hundreds of youths have torched cars and attacked police in immigrant suburbs of Sweden's capital.
A survey conducted by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) recently found that many parents believe schools should teach children about the dangers of pornography as soon as they are old enough to use the internet.
The poll revealed that the majority of parents do not want it to be left to them alone to educate their youngsters about the controversial issue, and a large proportion think that pupils as young as five or six should be given lessons on the subject.
Dr Miranda Horvath, senior lecturer, Middlesex University, which led today's review of academic evidence, said:
It is clear that children and young people want and need safe spaces in which they can ask questions about, and discuss their experiences with pornography.
The onus must be on adults to provide them with evidence-based education and support and help them to develop healthy, not harmful relationships with one another.
When pornography is discussed, it is often between groups of people with polarised moral views on the subject. Rather than adopting a particular ideological stance, this report uses evidence-based research to draw its conclusions and further the debate.
Part of a four-lane freeway bridge over the Skagit River in Washington state collapsed sending vehicles and people into the water.
The collapse on Interstate 5 which removed both the northbound and southbound sides occurred at about 7pm local time in Mount Vernon, 55 miles (90 km) north of Seattle, Washington State Patrol spokesman Trooper Mark Francis said.
"I've got reports of vehicles and people in the water," Trooper Francis said. He added that he did not know if anyone was injured.
The cause of the collapse was not immediately known.