Morbi Bridge Collapse: More than 130 People died

The 232 metres (761 feet) long bridge in Morbi district dates back to British colonial rule in the 19th century

It was reopened to the public only last week after renovation

Visuals from the disaster site showed the bridge split in the middle and the metal carriageway hanging down, its metal cables snapped in places

At least 177 survivors were pulled from the Machhu River 

Authorities said the bridge collapsed because it could not handle the weight of the large crowd

Many family members raced to overcrowded hospitals looking for their kin