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" she said.Ocala,Floridaon Sunday according to the arrest affidavitThe plan unraveled after the boyfriend dropped off the girl’s mother on Sunday before dawn at a hospital emergency room She spoke to investigators following surgery on her neck and throatThe teens told investigators the girl let her boyfriend into the house after her parents went to bed At her suggestion he removed his shoes so her parents would not hear him The girl gave him a knife and told him to wait in the garage while she lured her mother there according to the arrest affidavitThe mother told investigators she was awakened by her daughter who claimed to have heard noises from the garage When the mother opened the garage door she was confronted by the boy according to the affidavit The girl’s father told authorities the boy threatened to slit his throatInitially the teenagers told investigators they rescued the girl’s mother after she was attacked by an intruderThe two were charged as juveniles with attempted second-degree murder and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder They were booked into theMarion CountyJuvenile Detention center inOcalaWalz Shelton and Mundy-Evans were among the injured That moment turned their lives upside down required years of recovery and shaped how they think and feel 10 years laterThe day the bridge fell was one of shock and tragedy dramatic survival and heroic rescuesTen years later this is the story of those who were trapped in the cars in murky water and struggled back The tale of rescuers springing to action The brief moment when politics stopped and cooperation reignedThe shock of the moment still resonates in MinnesotaSuddenly the bridge became a terrifying carnival rideLindsay Walz of Minneapolis had just finished a day of work at a group home for troubled teenagers in Shoreview and was driving south on I-35W on her way home She was 24 years old"I got to about the middle of the bridge when I heard what I would have said sounds like a beam snap or something a very loud metal clank" Walz recalled"My car went directly to the bottom of the river It didn’t stop moving until the front wheel hit the bottom of the Mississippi As my car was falling into the river it was also filling up with water So by the time my car stopped moving the cabin of my vehicle was completely submerged and there wasn’t any air pockets or anything like that for me to breathe"Walz unbuckled her seat belt and started pushing on the car windows and roof desperately trying to find a way out No one would rescue her in time and she’d drown if she didn’t get out she thought"And I got to the point where I just decided that I was going to die" she saidJessie Shelton was a teenager heading to the Children’s Theatre Company to perform in a show when the bridge started collapsing under her car"I just remember feeling kind of like a tilt-a-whirl amusement park ride It was this sort of like jerky sensation in my memory" recalled Shelton now 28 and an actor musician and dancer in New York City "The last thing I remember was rolling backwards and thinking I didn’t know what was going to happen I wasn’t exactly fearful I just kind of put thoughts to the ether of ‘This’ll come out all right’ or ‘I hope this’ll come out all right’" Her car landed on a bridge deck A large chunk of debris had crashed through the roof and landed in her back seat She recalled another injured but mobile survivor walked past her and didn’t stop because he thought she was deadFor Sarah Mundy-Evans the life-changing moment began with a vision of cars disappearing ahead of her"I just remember it was maybe 10 car lengths ahead of me I saw the road just disintegrating and falling" said Mundy-Evans who was driving from her job in Bloomington to her Minneapolis home that day "I was just cruising along and I saw that happen"I thought I was entering some sinkhole that the ground was just sinking beneath me I had no idea what was happening But I knew that I was not going to get out of this I was going to go down with it"I saw the cars dropping off in front of me just basically disappearing from my view And as it came to my turn I held onto the steering wheel and as I was falling . I remember looking at my purse . wanting to get my phone to call someone to tell them goodbye But everything was happening so fast I outreached my hand (but) it was too hard to get So I just put my hand back on the steering wheel and held on and I dropped"90 minutes of chaos and rescueHennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek was driving to a meeting in the western suburbs that evening when he heard a police radio alert that a bridge had collapsedHe whipped his car around and rushed to the Lower St Anthony Falls Lock and Dam just upstream from the fallen bridgeArriving about 20 minutes after the call went out and still dressed in a suit and tie Stanek met with his deputies and Minneapolis police and fire crews to coordinate rescue efforts He then climbed down a ladder inside the lock to join a group of firefighters in a small boat The lock master lowered the water to the level of the river and opened the gates"I remember those big bifold doors opening up and seeing all the carnage and wreckage" the sheriff said "I remember the smoke fire cars and people in the water people trying to get out There were lots of sirens and a lot of chatter on the portable radio I had with me"He watched firefighters in boats check partially submerged cars for survivors inside Other firefighters and police officers climbed out on bridge wreckage to pull the injured to safety Civilians and off-duty law enforcement rushed to the shores to help He had to turn away other civilians who wanted to dive into the dangerous water and join the search’I wasn’t sure if I was dead or alive’Walz’s car was at the bottom of the Mississippi and filled with water; her fate seemed doomed as she struggled to breathe and get out And suddenly somehow she was freed"My body started to feel like it was floating" Walz said She kicked to the surface and gasped for air"I still wasn’t sure if I was dead or alive at that point" she said "but I made some noise and a construction worker who had fallen with the bridge . saw me heard me motioned me over to get onto the bridge He found a broom and fished me out of the water"Another survivor wearing scrubs administered first aid until an emergency medical team reached them by boat strapped Walz to a backboard and took her to shore She was rushed to a nearby hospital in the back of a pickup truckShelton in her car on which a large chuck of debris had fallen had suffered a broken back fractured ribs and a minor concussionShe was rescued by firefighters and taken to North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale Her parents were relieved to learn she had survived but "my mom said she didn’t breath until they told her that my toes were moving because you know so often if you suffer spinal damage you can be paralyzed"Mundy-Evans’ car first bounced off part of the bridge setting off the airbags then landed on some bridge debris on West River Parkway "kind of nose-diving into the direction of the river" said Mundy-Evans now 36 and living in RobbinsdaleShe was able to get out of her car and start climbing up the crumbled bridge"I was in shock" she said when a bicyclist showed up and helped her off the bridge When they reached a street a motorist drove her to a nearby hospital where she was treated for bruised ribs burns on her arms and a chipped tooth and releasedSheriff Stanek recalled: "It was chaotic for 90 minutes or so After that it became clear that it was no longer a rescue mission but a recovery Everybody who could be rescued was rescued The others were under water"Stanek and other law enforcement leaders met at an ad hoc command post at the water’s edge where they prepared for a 9 pm press conference at Minneapolis City Hall with then-Mayor RT Rybak and then-Gov Tim Pawlenty"We were trying to bring some calm to the chaos"Shock disbelief and a call for actionCurrent Lt Gov Tina Smith was Rybak’s chief of staff at the time Rybak was out of town at his family’s lake home when the bridge fell so she was in charge of the city government A year before the 2008 Republican National Convention in St Paul she and other Twin Cities leaders were entertaining GOP officials in the glass-enclosed ballroom atop the IDS Center"Around 6:10 or 6:15 pm, including new transmission lines, A federal judge cited the Exxon refinery in Chalmette for over 2, the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita (CIRVA), including certain embryos listed with names.

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