Genoa bridge collapse: Hundreds ordered to evacuate

While rescuers continued to dig for survivors in the wreckage of Genoa's Morandi bridge, hundreds of people displaced by the disaster are wondering if and when they will be able to return to their homes.

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    The collapse of a motorway bridge in Genoa has prompted the Italian government to consider taking charge of the entire motorway network - away from private companies and contractors.

    And while an investigation into what happened may take some time, hundreds of people displaced by the bridge collapse are wondering where they will sleep for the night.

    Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Genoa.


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