Bridges are great. We couldn’t live without them. Not only do they provide us with safe passage from one side of a thing to the other side of that thing, they also provide the foundations for the majority of the idioms ever expressed in the English language.
Examples? A bridge too far; a bridge over troubled water; bridging the gap; burning one’s bridges; it’s water under the bridge; building bridges.
Sorry, we know you came to see a video of a bridge blowing up rather than a list of expressions involving the word ‘bridge’, but patience is a virtue. We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.