Archive for Saturday, November 14, 2009

Follow the Kansas Turnpike bridge demolition live at LJWorld.com

Kansas Turnpike engineers prepare to take online editor Jonathan Kealing and reporter/web producer Asher Fusco up to the top of the footing for the new Kansas Turnpike bridge. From this vantage point, a remote camera for LJWorld.com will record the blast. The video will be posted to LJWorld.com on Sunday.

Kansas Turnpike engineers prepare to take online editor Jonathan Kealing and reporter/web producer Asher Fusco up to the top of the footing for the new Kansas Turnpike bridge. From this vantage point, a remote camera for LJWorld.com will record the blast. The video will be posted to LJWorld.com on Sunday.

November 14, 2009

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LJWorld.com will provide comprehensive coverage of Sunday afternoon's Kansas Turnpike bridge blast, including the actual demolition via live streaming video.

A look at the various ways to experience the blast with LJWorld.com and 6News:

• Log on to LJWorld.com for live shots from the demolition. Starting just before 12:30 p.m., streaming video of the bridge will appear on the LJWorld.com homepage.

• Follow Journal-World transportation reporter Mark Fagan, who will provide updates from his Wheel Genius twitter feed before, during and after the blast.

• Watch Channel 6 News at about 1:30 p.m. for interviews and video clips from the proceedings.

• Check back Sunday afternoon with LJWorld.com for videos of the demolition from various camera angles and a photo gallery filled with shots from various vantage points.

• Tune in to 6News at 10 p.m. for additional coverage of the bridge blast and other local news.

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