MINNEAPOLIS - In a few weeks it will be 11 years to the day that the I-35W bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River.
On that day, Aug. 1, 2007, 13 people died and 145 were injured in a bridge failure no one could really comprehend.
Every single person on the bridge that survived has a story. Every person who didn’t make it has one, too.
This month, Kimberly J. Brown began telling her story in a new way.
She released the book "The I-35W Bridge Collapse: A Survivor’s Account of America’s Crumbling Infrastructure."
Brown sat down with Breaking the News host Jana Shortal to talk about it.
If you would like to order Kimberly’s book, click here.