Prince of Wales Bridge pokes through dense blanket of fog

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Prince of Wales Bridge pokes through dense blanket of fog” – below is their description.

Eye-catching police footage taken by a force helicopter shows a thick blanket of fog with a famous bridge poking out the top.

The National Police Air Service tweeted the video, saying: “Here’s a short clip looking back across the Bristol Channel from the Welsh coast. The M4 Prince of Wales Bridge poking up out of the cloud.”

Many people are in awe of the video which shows the amazing skyline view above the fog.

Leela, @clouise81, wrote: “Well I knew it was foggy yesterday but this is insane”.

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