A fatal accident involving a big-rig truck has raised serious safety questions about San Francisco's Bay Bridge. The truck plunged off the bridge's recently constructed, temporary S-curve on Monday. Although some say the curve is too tight, Caltrans officials say the design was heavily reviewed, and it attributes accidents to drivers' high speeds. An editorial by the San Francisco editorial board recommends that Caltrans provide additional warnings for drivers, which Caltrans says it will do.
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