SANTIAGO (AFP): It was meant to be Chile’s first drawbridge, in Valdivia, but was built with at least one traffic deck upside-down, so opening day will have to wait, officials said Tuesday. The 30-million dollar project was supposed to open this month and become an instant landmark connecting Valdivia with Teja Island by bridging the Cau Cau River. But it has ended up a laughingstock in local social media, as Chileans wondered how construction workers managed to mess up something as seemingly clear as up and down.