Mon Bridge in Sangkhlaburi collapsed tonight

July 28, 2013
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Some sad news coming in this evening of the famous Mon Bridge in Sangkhlaburi partially collapsing after a storm. Apparently it’s been raining heavily there for the past three days. There were no reports of injuries. At 400 meters this was the longest wooden bridge in Thailand and a major tourist attraction for Kanchanaburi Province.

RT @Canps26: สะพานมอญ สะพานไม้ที่ยาวที่สุดในประเทศไทย “ได้พังลงแล้วนะครับ” หลังจากเกิดพายุฝน.. https://t.co/YbFQKayKkh credit: บนภาพ

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CH.3’s skyreport took this picture of the Mon Bridge in Sangkhlaburi that partially collapsed last night ภาพจากskyreport สะพานมอญสังขละเมืองกาญจน์ขาดหลังฝนตกหนัก3วัน3คืน-แพหลายหลังลอยในอ่างเก็บน้ำ

3 Responses to Mon Bridge in Sangkhlaburi collapsed tonight

  1. August 11, 2013 at 1:53 am

    it looks like the entire village that was “floating” around next to the bridge is completely gone…usch! any news on that?

  2. Shirley
    February 22, 2014 at 10:42 am

    Silver Lining: Bridge still not repaired … but why would it be? There is a donations box at the bridge and tourists are absent-mindedly stuffing HUGE amounts of money in this box.

    That bridge will Never be fixed. (There is a concrete bridge nearby so it really isn’t necessary.)

  3. Olaf la Cour
    January 21, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    I was in Sangkhlaburi 5th of december 2014, and it is fixed 🙂

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