Last week's Baltimore tragedy continues to cause some bridge concerns in New York State.

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Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse

Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapses After Being Struck By Cargo Ship
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Last Tuesday, a container ship crashed into a heavily traveled Baltimore bridge causing a major collapse. At least six people are presumed dead.

New York Engineers Worried About Bridges In New York

Some New York engineers are worried this could happen to some bridges in New York State.

Did You Know? Bridge Over New York State Thruway Collapsed

Nearly 40 years ago, a bridge on the New York State Thruway in Upstate New York collapsed.

Five cars fell into the water killing 10 people.

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Cuomo Bridge Is Built Like Baltimore Bridge

Increased Tolls on Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge
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According to officials from Westchester County, the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is the area bridge most similar to the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer does point out that what happened in Baltimore was a very unique set of circumstances.

Latimer recently signed a bill to repair the Glen Island Harbor Bridge in New Rochelle.

New York Bridges Are "Well Protected"

Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge
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New York City Deputy Mayor Meera Joshi who oversees infrastructure, says city bridges are well protected from accidental impacts.

CLICK HERE to find out more about why Joshi believes New York bridges are "well protected."

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Amazing Facts About "The Bridges of Upstate New York"

"Amazing" facts about Upstate New York bridges can be seen below:

Amazing Facts About "The Bridges of Upstate New York"

There are hundreds of bridges all across Upstate New York. Here is a sample of some of the most interesting. They run from a bridge that is visited by nearly a million people each year, to the oldest covered bridge in the United States.

Gallery Credit: Chuck D'Imperio

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