Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse – Critical Updates

On March 26 at approximately 1:30am, a container vessel (the Dali) was outgoing from the Port of Baltimore and struck a support column of the Francis Scott Key Bridge resulting in the catastrophic collapse of the bridge. As of 11:00am extensive search and rescue efforts remained underway. A Maryland DOT construction crew of eight was on the bridge at the time of the impact, one was rescued from the water and is in a local area hospital, one ran off the bridge prior to impact and was uninjured, and rescue teams are searching for the other six. Authorities believe five vehicles may have been on the bridge at the time of impact. There is no credible evidence to suggest a terrorist attack. The investigation is extensive and ongoing.

State of Emergency Issued By Governor Moore: Statement

Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Traffic Detours and Truck Restrictions: Update from 03/26 at 7:10am

Cruise Terminal: information forthcoming