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The Baltimore bridge collapse and its impact on global trade

Three days after the Francis Scott Key Bridge crossing the Port of Baltimore was struck by a container ship and collapsed, killing six, officials have turned to restoring the vital shipping lane that is now unpassable with debris.

Early on Tuesday, the 984-foot (300-metre) Dali lost power and diverged from the standard path before crashing into one of the bridge’s pillars. Though traffic had been stopped on the bridge after the crew transmitted a distress signal, six construction workers and their vehicle plunged into the river.

Bodies of two of the six have been recovered. Search for others was halted on Thursday as the debris made it dangerous for divers to continue. The ship also has some containers with hazardous material.

All 22 crew members, almost all from India, have remained aboard the vessel and have been questioned by a team of the National Transportation Safety Board. Investigators have obtained the ship’s data recorder and so far ruled out foul play.


US bridge collapses in Baltimore after ship collision, leaving several people missing

The US government has announced US$60 million in emergency relief aid for early recovery and clean-up. President Joe Biden has pledged to fund the rebuilding of the 47-year-old bridge that handled 11.3 million crossings annually. It is expected to take more than a year to construct a new bridge.

On Friday, a 1,000-ton crane, the largest on the east coast, arrived on the disaster scene to help clear the waterway. Federal and state authorities say it remains unclear how long it could take to resume cargo traffic.

The twisted wreckage of the 2.6km (1.6 miles) bridge – pieces of which are still wrapped around the Dali, which carried 4,700 cargo containers – is blocking freighters