How did the people die during the Sydney harbor Brudge's Construction?
By falling into the water and dying 9 died by that
1 fell but survived because he dropped his tool belt which broke his fall another was killed by the cement or something like that when the crain was moving stuff on the bridge the chain snapped from the heavy load the guy lost his leg and sadly it took to long to get off the bridge and the guy died i dont know what happen to the other 5
It is located in Sydney, Australia. The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbor that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbor, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney and Australia.
Yes there were many attempted suicides on the bridge within the first 6 months of opening and a few did survive the jump. The most famous of falls from the Sydney Harbour Bridge was a worker during the construction, Vincent Kelly. He fell 50m from the road deck landed feet first only breaking three ribs.
Plans for the Sydney Harbour Bridge were completed in 1916 but WWI delayed implementation until 1922. Construction of the bridge began in 1924. Construction of the two halves of the bridge's arch began late in 1928, and the two halves were properly joined around 10pm on 19 August 1930. The official opening of the bridge occurred on 19 March 1932.