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10 Dangerous Bridges You Shouldn’t Cross

Since their inception, bridges have changed the ways that we traveled for the better, making unreachable worlds just a short walk away. Not all bridges are trustworthy and could cause your utter demise. Here is the list of the most dangerous bridges in the world.

10: Taman Negara National Park Bridge

Taman Negara National Park Bridge

The Taman Negara National Park Bridge is located in Malaysia. It is one of the most dangerous bridges in the country. The bridge is crossed by both locals and tourists and is held up a week suspension cables. The government hasn’t paid much attention to the bridge in years. When it rains, the bridge is near impossible to cross without dire consequences. Worst of all, the bridge sways severely side to side over the deep canyon it crosses.

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9: Volgograd Bridge

Volgograd Bridge

Volgograd Bridge is a fairly new bridge that was built in 2009 in a Russian town of the same name. However, if there is a storm the bridge begins to shake and oscillate. Witnesses say that the bridge can throw cars off and the waves on the bridge go over 3 feet with an eerie screeching noise.

Written by Jack Sparrow

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