A bridge collapsed and snapped into two pieces on Thursday near the town of Chamba in Himachal Pradesh, India. A car, a truck and a motorcycle, which were passing over the bridge, had a miraculous escape. The motorcycle fell into the Ravi river, while the car and the mini truck managed to stay on the bridge. Officials said six people were injured in the incident. The bridge was built in 2003 to link Chamba to Pathankote in Punjab at a cost of 150 million US dollars.