The George Washington Bridge is a crown atop the New York City skyline, made of cables and steel beams, and for painters who have to teeter more than 600 feet in the air to give it a fresh coat, it's a test of nerves.
ABC's Bob Woodruff atop the George Washington bridge with the bridge painters. Credit: Lana Zak/ABC
Almost one mile long and suspended over the Hudson River, the GW Bridge is the busiest bridge in the world. Hardly any journalists have ever been allowed to the top, but we were...Full Story