Kim Murphy

Los Angeles Times

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Seattle Bureau Chief, and former northwest correspondent, for the Los Angeles Times

Kim Murphy on KCRW

After years of warnings about the decline of America's infrastructure, the Skagit River Bridge on Interstate 5 in Washington State  collapsed  last night when a truck with an oversized…

I-5 Bridge Collapse North of Seattle

After years of warnings about the decline of America's infrastructure, the Skagit River Bridge on Interstate 5 in Washington State collapsed last night when a truck with an oversized…

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