Car Found Dangling From Bridge in Toronto.
Local residents, commuters and authorities are working to find out how the shell of a striped out Honda civic was left dangling beneath a bridge close to the Don Valley Parkway. Police, firefighters and paramedics showed up to assess the mysterious car and declared that there was no possible hazard from it. No one was inside the car, and crews have since cut the car down.
This isn’t the first time Canadians have seen a dangling car stunt. Back in 2001 UBC engineering students went all the way down to San Francisco to suspend a red VW bug, flying a Canadian flag from the Golden Gate Bridge.
The future engineers also tried, unsuccessfully, to hang a red Volkswagen bug from the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver overnight.
This all dates back to almost 40 years ago when UBC engineering students first suspended a car from a bridge. Back then, they dropped it from Vancouver's Lions Gate Bridge.
But for now the Toronto police have no leads and say it's just a wait and see game to see who is responsible. We say A+ for effort.