Bridge Collapse Prayer Service in Minneapolis

More than 1400 people gathered Sunday night in Minneapolis for an interfaith service to pray for those involved in the Interstate 35W bridge collapse.

They gathered at St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in Minneapolis.

Governor Tim Pawlenty and Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak spoke to the crowd as prayers were extended to grieving families, searching rescuers and shaken survivors.

It was one of many services held throughout the Twin Cities, four days after the bridge plunged into the Mississippi River.

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