MINNEAPOLIS - A team consisting of highway construction engineers and five-year-old kindergarten students is studying the popular "London Bridge" nursery rhyme today for clues that could shed light on the cause of the Minneapolis bridge catastrophe.
Unconfirmed reports indicate that the team has singled out an unnamed fair lady as a person of interest and suggested she be subpoenaed in connection with her role in the collapse.
Engineer Noah Swayne, the team leader, told reporters that the team is perplexed by the meaning of the second verse of the rhyme: "Take a key and lock her up, Lock her up, Lock her up. Take a key and lock her up, My fair lady."
"We're not exactly certain, but we're assuming the second verse relates to Paris Hilton in some manner," said Swayne.