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"People are not gonna be happy. Their quality of life will be literally destroyed," said neighbor Nancy Damone.
"Very stressed and very depressed. I don't even want to get up in the mornings."
The bridge's age, the collision, and fire could've all lead to the partial collapse.
"I would venture to say that 95% of commodities that are inbound for Phoenix via rail come across that bridge."
According to APS, the utility needs to make more money for infrastructure improvements and to pay for a new emissions control system at a coal power plant in New Mexico.
"We want to keep them safe and in their bubble the same way we want to keep our people safe."
"You know, we've tried reasoning with her. We've tried asking her to stop."
The program is adding 15 new categories of essential workers, and will now test 250,000 people across Arizona.
"It was so heart-warming that somebody you don't even know is thinking about you, and they understand what you're going through."