TENGGARONG, Indonesia (AFP) - Twelve bodies have been recovered from a river after a bridge collapse in Indonesian Borneo sent dozens of vehicles plunging into the water, officials said Monday as authorities probed the disaster. Around 30 people are believed to be missing after the 720-metre-long bridge -- built to resemble San Francisco's Golden Gate -- over the Mahakam river collapsed on Saturday. Divers were temporarily forced to abandon their search for victims because of poor visibility in the murky water and strong currents. "One more body has been found, bringing the death toll to 12," East Kalimantan province's search and rescue agency head Harmoni Adi hurriedly told reporters between meetings.