This is the second bridge collapse incident in West Bengal this week.
Of the 24 injured, 11 were discharged on Wednesday and 13 are currently under treatment in different hospitals.
A section of the 40-year-old Majerhat bridge on the arterial Diamond Harbour Road caved in Tuesday killing one person and injuring several others.
This is the third bridge collapse in the city since 2013.
At least one person died and several others are feared trapped after a portion of a bridge collapsed in South Kolkata on Tuesday afternoon.
Thousands of people travelling in the peak evening hours were inconvenienced owing to the incident.
A portion of the Majerhat bridge in southern Kolkata collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, trapping several people and crushing many vehicles.
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