The International Bridge to Freedom was an international suspension bridge connecting Los Santos and Liberty City. This bridge was built at the site of the present-day International Freedom Bridge near the Liberty City Cantilever Bridge to increase vehicular, pedestrian, and rail traffic between two states. It was destroyed in a wind storm with gale force winds in 1925.
The International Bridge to Freedom was planned to be built with the LC Cantilever Bridge and it was opened in 1855. The bridge can be used in a racing tournament. This time, it is forbidden when the bridge was closed when a wind storm on Lake San Andreas sent some gale force winds to threaten the two cities, the cause that the bridge collapsed.
The International Bridge to Freedom was closed when the barriers are placed at the entrance. A wind storm on Lake San Andreas sent some massive gale force winds to threaten the two cities. The bridge was swayed too fast and the cables badly let the bridge deck go away from the abutments when the they were weaken enough. The East Beach Highway was blocked because the deck has crashed onto it. As a result, a construction of a new bridge has taken for 2 years. It is named International Freedom Bridge and it opens in 1927. The LC Cantilever Bridge was demolished after the new bridge has opened