Search and Rescue Efforts Suspended for 6 Construction Workers After Baltimore Bridge Collapse – EVOL

Search and rescue efforts have been suspended for 6 construction workers following the Baltimore bridge collapse.

The United States Coast Guard and Maryland State Police have suspended the search for six construction workers who went missing after the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore fell into the Patapsco River early Tuesday morning.

During a news briefing, authorities said that they do not expect the six construction workers would be discovered alive, and that search and rescue activities will be suspended immediately.

Divers are anticipated to re-enter the ocean around a.m. on Wednesday, authorities said.

Cold water temperatures, limited visibility, and looming weather conditions all contributed to the decision to halt search and rescue operations.

The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, collapsed early Tuesday morning after a cargo ship smashed into one of its supports.

The ship Dali slammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge forcing it to partially collapse and throwing cars and people into the sea, according to Maryland authorities.

MarineTraffic, a martime-tracking organization, found that the Singapore-flagged cargo ship Dali collided with the bridge about 1:30 a.m.

CISA officers said in an unclassified report that up to 20 persons were missing and presumed to be



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