On Tuesday morning, the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed after a ship crashed into it. One lucky Baltimore resident, Jayden, narrowly avoided disaster by crossing the bridge just minutes before it collapsed. He had received texts about the collapse while he was almost home.

The collapse occurred around 1:30 a.m., causing two people to be rescued from the water and one to be sent to a local trauma center in serious condition. The city’s fire department reported that six construction workers are believed to have died as a result of the collapse.

Engineering experts noted that the size of the 95,000-ton container ship played a significant role in the collapse of the bridge. This incident has raised questions about bridge safety and implications for both the shipping and engineering industries.

By Samantha Johnson

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