Railroad bridge on fire, collapses. Area just west of Waco has been in drought conditions for several years now. Fire department didn’t have equipment to stop the fire.
A 900-foot railroad bridge in San Saba Texas caught fire, stemming from a brushfire under it. The scene was just 90 miles west of Waco. Turns out, they didn’t have the extra equipment to save the bridge. The bridge, built in 1960 will cost $10 million to replace. It’s loss locals say, hinders the area’s agricultural transportation. Video by volunteer firefighter Jamie Smart, Lometa, TX.