On a bridge in Baltimore, several workers fell into the Patapsco River while repairing potholes. According to authorities, six people are still missing and a state of emergency has been declared. Governor Moore ordered a large force to search for the missing workers, and two of them were rescued, one of whom is in serious condition. Photos from the scene show that the ship lost power before hitting the bridge abutment. Sonar detected multiple vehicles in the water, which is about 50 feet deep.

The ship’s lights suddenly went out and it changed course, leading to a collision. An emergency message was sent about a power problem, which helped save lives. The demolition of the bridge, which opened in 1977 and is part of Interstate 695, will halt activity at the Port of Baltimore. This will affect the export and import of vehicles, especially Nissan, Toyota and General Motors. More than 40 vessels are stranded in the port, and at least thirty scheduled arrivals are likely to be diverted to other ports on the east coast.

By Samantha Johnson

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