So we had taken the precaution to contact the Santa Fe railway, arranged with their train master to have no trains to be under going under the bridge. There wasn’t much traffic on that route, and what traffic there was the railway company agreed not to run the trains over the bridge at the time that we were going to be under it. So Frank Benet and his radio car was able to communicate with the train scheduler in LA. So we knew the train wasn’t coming. The police officers could stop traffic in all directions, both coming and going, so there was no auto traffic. And we went to the side of the road that was the very lowest under the bridge, which is, I recall was the other side, the people coming from north to south. So we did everything mechanically that we could to take advantage of the maximum clearance. And we were entirely dependent on Gabe.