The George Washington Bridge is a bridge in New York City spanning the Hudson River. It connects Fort Washington on the borough of Manhattan to Fort Lee, New Jersey. It was the busiest bridge in the world but now no one will ever cross the bridge again.
100 years after people. The bridge's vertical suspendor cables are rusted and weak. As cable after cable snaps the George Washington Bridge becomes more and more unstable. Finally the roadway plunges into the Hudson River.