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California protects bridges in wake of possible terrorist threat

California protects bridges in wake of possible terrorist threat

Highway Patrolman Marcus Bartholomew looks for anything suspicious as rush hour approaches. Since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington DC, there has been extended coverage by the Highway Patrol of the Golden Gate Bridge. California Governor Gray Davis said on Thursday November 1, 2001 that there was a "credible'' threat that the state's four major suspension bridges, including the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge, could be attacked starting Friday. --- Photo by Penni Gladstone/San Francisco Chronicle/Corbis SABA
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November 1, 2001
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