Baltimore Bridge Collapse: Tragic Accident Leaves Six Workers Dead and Raises Questions About Shipping and Engineering Safety

Man cross Baltimore bridge just 3 minutes before its collapse following an argument.

A massive container ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore Tuesday morning, causing it to collapse around 1:30 a.m. The bridge had been undergoing construction at the time of the crash, and six workers are presumed dead.

Jayden, a Baltimore resident, narrowly avoided being on the bridge at the time of the collapse. He had crossed it three times in quick succession before the bridge collapsed just three minutes after he did so for the third time.

The ship’s collision with the bridge’s supports led to its tragic collapse. However, officials received a distress call from the ship beforehand, which allowed them to close car traffic across the bridge prior to its collapse. Engineering experts are now investigating the cause of the collapse and its implications for both shipping and engineering industries.

A massive container ship crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore Tuesday morning, causing it to collapse around 1:30 a.m. The bridge had been undergoing construction at the time of the crash, and six workers are presumed dead. Jayden, a Baltimore resident, narrowly avoided being on the bridge at the time of the…

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