Hoax Alert

Fake News: Evansville Twin Bridge Did NOT Collapse

  • by: Maarten Schenk
  • (Sat, 23 Sep 2017 16:48:21 Z)

Some random person on the internet used prank website React365 to post an article titled "Evansville twin Bridge collapse". The full text of the hoax read:

One of the twin Bridge in Evansville that crossed the Ohio River into Henderson ky is no more, construction to repair bridge was being done at the time of collapse,workers where removing and replacing old concrete on the bridge that led to bridge falling into the Ohio River around 7:30 this morning the number of vehicles on bridge is unknown at this time

None of it is true. The picture that came with the story actually shows the 2007 collapse of the I35 bridge in Minneapolis.


React365 is a prank website where users can submit their own headline, description and photo to create realistic looking prank news articles.


Users don't even need to upload their own image, there is a built-in search function that will pull an appropriate image from Google image search.

The site is part of a larger network of prank sites all using the same basic layout but sometimes in different languages. It appears to be run by a Belgian company named Mediavibes or Media Vibes which is managed by a man named Nicolas Gouriou according to registration records.

So don't fall for this prank now that we've warned you about it!

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