The Interstate 35W bridge fell into the Mississippi River, killing 13 people and injuring 145, five years ago on Wednesday. A new structure now stands in its place, but the road to recovery is still not complete for everyone. Survivors of the rush-hour disaster tell the Star Tribune they have struggled to rebound physically and emotionally.
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There's been "confusion and fear" over where to go for medical help.