Dali Ship Owner Involved in Baltimore Key Bridge Collapse Denies Responsibility in Latest Federal Court Filing – EVOL

The owner of the Dali ship involved in the recent collision with the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore has submitted a legal filing in U.S. Federal Court, asserting no responsibility for the collapse of the Key Bridge.

In a legal filing, Grace Ocean Private Limited, the owner of the Dali ship, has “denied any fault or neglect of the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge.”

Grace Ocean Private Limited and Dali’s ship manager, Synergy Marine Pte Ltd, have petitioned to be absolved of all responsibility for the collapse of the Key Bridge.

A section of the document obtained by Independent declares: “The [bridge collapse] was not due to any fault, neglect, or want of care on the part of [ship owner & operator], the Vessel, or any persons or entities for whose acts [ship owner & operator] may be responsible.”

The document also asks the court to limit any potential liability to $43.6 million.

As reported by The New York Post:

The owners and manager of the cargo ship that crashed into a Baltimore bridge last week and sent its metal frame tumbling into the river below have denied responsibility, as they tried to argue that



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