Samuel Beckett Bridge is a cable bridge spending over River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland. It was opened in 2009, and was designed by Santiago Calatrava. But as all suspension bridges, the fate of the structure is tied to it's cables.
100 Years after People: In Dublin, the steel cables of the Samuel Beckett Bridge is rusting. One cable snap, soon followed by another snap. A cascade of snapping cables makes a loud noise over the city, and the bridge fall down in the water. As the tower looses support from it's cables, it topples over and crashes down in the river.