Authorities say a bridge collapsed in Pittsburgh hours before President Joe Biden was scheduled to visit the city to talk about infrastructure.
Emergency crews are on the scene.
Police reported the span, on Forbes Avenue over Fern Hollow Creek in Frick Park, came down around 6 a.m.
A photo from the scene shows a commuter bus upright on a section of the collapsed bridge.
There were no initial reports of injuries, Pittsburgh Public Safety said on Twitter.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, citing the Port Authority, said a bus driver and two passengers were able to escape and no one was injured.
The bridge is about a quarter-mile from the Reynolds Street entrance to Frick Park. It goes over a wooded ravine and a creek, the Post-Gazette said.
"I've driven across this bridge thousands of times … it's surreal, the entire span of the bridge has collapsed"— New Day (@NewDay) January 28, 2022
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman joins @JohnBerman live from the scene of a collapsed bridge in Pittsburgh. No injuries have been reported. pic.twitter.com/1Q2YHkB7qe
The collapse caused a large gas leak, the Pittsburgh Public Safety said, and gas was turned off in the area. Authorities told motorists to avoid the area.
WPXI.com has pictures showing the collapsed snow-covered bridge with broken railings and crumbled decks.
The collapse comes hours before Biden is scheduled to visit the city to talk about the $1 trillion infrastructure bill that includes bridge maintenance.