Eight years ago the Mississippi River Bridge was a steel-trussed, eight-lane arch bridge carrying Interstate 35 across the Saint Anthony Falls in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the time, this bridge carried over 140,000 vehicles every single day. Then the unbelievable happened. During the evening rush hour on August 1, 2007, the bridge collapsed, killing 13 and injuring 145 more. Within a few hours, Minnesota Private Investigator Paul Jaeb was retained to conduct an investigation on behalf of one of his law firm clients that, at a minimum, was a challenging task. Tune in to hear Paul Jaeb discuss this major investigation, its challenges, its obstacles and what he learned as a result.