In a strange story, a 300-yard wooden railroad bridge near San Saba, Texas caught fire and collapsed recently. The fire which doesn't have a cause yet, was all caught on a tape by a volunteer fire fighter.

The wooden bridge, which is across the Colorado river between the towns of San Saba and Lometa, burned down and collapsed like a set of dominoes. Fire fighters decided to let it burn down after spending over 15 hours trying to put it out.

Nobody was hurt in the fire, but according to TV station KWTX, officials have said it is about a $10 million dollar loss.

Lometa Volunteer Fire Department Capt. Jamie Smart got video of the bridge burning and collapsing which you can see below.

Railroad Bridge in Central Texas Burns and Collapses