A section of the newly constructed Pensacola Bay Bridge, also known as the Three Mile Bridge, has washed away after Hurricane Sally swept through. The city tweeted out that it has shut down the bridge.
- The damage from the storm comes just one day after a barge struck the bridge, which caused authorities to close it down yesterday morning.
- The storm has left at least 150,000 people without power thus far.
- At 5 a.m. this morning, Hurricane Sally ran into the coast of Alabama, unleashing winds of up to 105 mph.
- Forecasters say that Sally will continue to bring harsh rain from the Florida Panhandle to Mississippi for at least a few days. The National Hurricane Center said the rain will likely be "catastrophic and life-threatening."