Bridge demolished to make way for new navigation lock on river in China
A bridge was demolished to make way for a new navigation lock in southern China.
Video filmed in the city of Changde in Hunan Province on September 17 shows a 162-metre-long and 8-metre-wide bridge being blow up with explosives.
According to reports, since the bridge had location conflict with a new navigation lock, it was blown up and a new bridge is set to be built.
The video was provided by local media with permission.