Key Bridge Cleanup Continues – 1 Span Left


Salvors continue to clear wreckage from the riverbed at the Key Bridge collapse site in an effort to restore the Federal Channel to its original 700-foot width and 50-foot depth – this work is now expected to be completed between June 8th and 10th. The Federal Channel has been partially reopened to port operations. There…

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April 15th – Key Bridge Update


The body of a fourth missing construction worker has been recovered at the Key Bridge collapse. The victim has been taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and was positively identified Monday. The family has requested privacy and the victim’s name is not being released. Fox News is reporting that a criminal investigation…

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Impacts of Key Bridge Collapse to Port of Salisbury


There have been impacts locally and across the board following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. President and CEO of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Bill Chambers tells the Talk of Delmarva about how federal and state agencies have stepped up to mitigate those effects… He says to folks and businesses on…

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First Ships Transit Alternate Channel at Key Bridge


The first barge transited a temporary alternate channel that was created by the Key Bridge Response Unified Command Monday afternoon – a fuel barge headed for Dover Air Force Base. This temporary alternate channel is for commercially-essential vessels and will be for limited transit during daylight hours only. A second temporary alternate channel is being…

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UPDATED: Key Bridge Collapse – Recovery Efforts This Morning


UPDATED 3/27/24–9 p.m.–Fox News reports that according to Maryland authorities, two bodies have been recovered. Divers found a red pickup truck submerged under approximately 25 feet water in the middle span of the bridge and found two bodies trapped inside. Maryland State Police Superintendent Roland Butler identified the victims as 35-year-old Alejandro Hernandez Fuentes, of…

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