The suspicious device found on the 14th St. Bridge that shut down the connector for several hours on Monday turned out to be part of a Georgia State student art project – a pinhole camera used to snap slow motion video shots of the city skyline.  The camera was inside a soda can which was duct-taped to the side of the bridge, and a quick glance at the device in question shows why people were right to be suspicious.


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