The City Infrastructure and Works Secretariat (Siurb) of the City of São Paulo will open next Monday (17) the process for determining responsibility for the collapse of the catwalk at Marginal Tietê. The accident occurred last Thursday (14) and left two people injured.
The structure crashed on two commuter buses, a truck and two cars. Traffic on the marginal released starts at 2am this Friday (15). The trail is a supporting structure for the works of Ponte Pirituba-Lapa, which was executed by a consortium formed by the EIT / Constran company.
Traffic on Marginal Tietê was fully released on Friday morning (15) – Photo: Play / Globo TV
The collapse took place around 19:00 on Thursday in Marginal Tietê to the Castello Branco Highway, after the Hungarian Community Railway Bridge and one of the access handles to the Anhanguera Toll Road in the North Zone of São Paulo.
Temporary structure is part of the work for bridge construction.
The trail collapsed on Marginal Tietê in São Paulo and was blocked
Roads crash into vehicles in Marginal Tietê, towards Castello Branco – Photo: Willian Moreira / Futura Press / Estadão
Walkway on Marginal Tietê collapsed on Thursday night (14) – Photo: Globo / TV Reproduction
Traffic released after removal of road at Marginal Tietê – Photo: Reproduction / TV Globo