MINNESOTA-The Loch Ness monster has been sighted in Minnesota. Apparently, the monster was taking a swim when the monster hit a bridge making it collapse. The question of how it got from Scotland to Minnesota is still unanswered. Critics are still raving at the fact that no pictures were taken at the seen, and thereâ€™s no proof that any type of monster was there. However, the eyewitnesses stand firm on what they saw.
â€œI was driving up the bridge when I saw large animal come out of the bridge. At that time my best friend was in front of me. I managed to break right in time when the monster hit the bridge, but my friend wasnâ€™t so lucky.â€ Sarah Hoffinson said to reporters.
The fact that only the people on the bridge saw the monster is causing all sorts of conspiracies. The monster immediately disappeared into the river after hitting the bridge.
â€œThere is not one solid piece of evidence pointing to the Loch Ness monster or any type of monster hitting the bridge. Iâ€™ll tell you whoâ€™s behind this, the government. They probably brainwashed the survivors to say they saw Nessie.â€ Joe Spalsh, a local scientist, has a whole group of people believing his conspiracy.
For now, it is unclear how many injuries or deaths there have been. All the survivors have been rescued. Police are still investigating for any foul play, but eyewitnesses arenâ€™t cooperating.
â€œDo they expect us to grab out a camera and take a shot when a bridge just collapsed right in front of your face?â€ Hugh Lee argued, â€œThatâ€™s insane! I could barely move when I saw the monster make the bridge tumble, and then it disappeared into the water like nothing happened.â€
For now, whatever hit the bridge is not important. The government estimates itâ€™s going to cost millions to rebuild the bridge.