Crews Begin Removing Shipping Containers Off the Dali, Ship that Collapsed Key Bridge

Response crews began removing shipping containers using a floating crane barge at the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge

Work to clear the Port of Baltimore’s main shipping channel hit another milestone Sunday as crews started removing shipping containers from the Dali, the cargo vessel that rammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26, collapsing it. The Key Bridge Response Unified Command said it is progressing toward removing the pieces of the […]

Coast Guard, Army Corps Brief Biden on Baltimore Bridge Collapse During Visit

President Biden takes an aerial tour of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge

BALTIMORE — President Joe Biden got a firsthand look Friday at efforts to clear away the “mangled mess” of remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, as cranes, ships and diving crews work to reopen one of the nation’s main shipping lanes. Aboard Marine One, circling the warped metal remains and the […]

Cranes Arriving to Start Removing Wreckage from Deadly Baltimore Bridge Collapse

A tugboat moves by a container ship as it rests against the wreckage of the Francis Scott Key Bridge

BALTIMORE — The largest crane on the Eastern Seaboard was being transported to Baltimore so crews on Friday can begin removing the wreckage of a collapsed highway bridge that has halted a search for four workers still missing days after the disaster and blocked the city’s vital port from operating. As the sun rose Friday, […]

1,100 Army Corps of Engineers Personnel to Help Clear Debris in Baltimore Bridge Collapse

Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore recovery effort

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is deploying some 1,100 personnel to Baltimore, Maryland, following Tuesday’s collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge into the Patapsco River, according to a press release from the service. The collapse, caused by a cargo ship colliding with the bridge, killed six construction workers who had been filling potholes […]