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The remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge rest in the Patapsco River and could be seen from the shoreline in Pasadena Tuesday. (Paul W. Gillespie/Staff photo)
The remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge rest in the Patapsco River and could be seen from the shoreline in Pasadena Tuesday. (Paul W. Gillespie/Staff photo)
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Photos of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge after it collapsed early Tuesday morning.
March 26, 2024: The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
March 26, 2024: The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
March 26, 2024: The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
March 26, 2024: The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
March 26, 2024: The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
The search continues for the six missing construction workers that were on Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge when it collapsed after a cargo vessel struck the bridge.
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship, sending at least people and cars into the Patapsco River. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship, sending people into the Patapsco River. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Baltimore County police officers on Bethlehem Boulevard look at the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was struck by a container ship on Tuesday.(Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Baltimore County police officers on Bethlehem Boulevard look at the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was struck by a container ship on Tuesday. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, center, and Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller answer questions during a press conference near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship collapsed early Tuesday morning. This is their third news conference of the day. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, center, and Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller answer questions during a press conference near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship early Tuesday morning. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, center, answers questions from news media near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship early Tuesday morning. This is the third news conference Moore held at the site. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, center, answers questions from news media near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship early Tuesday morning. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, left, and Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller hold press conference near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship collapsed early Tuesday morning. This is their third news conference of the day. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore, left, and Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller hold press conference near the site of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge after a support column was struck by a container ship early Tuesday morning. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott speaks at a prayer vigil for victims of the bridge collapse at Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Turner Station in Dundalk on Tuesday. (Cassidy Jensen/Staff)
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott speaks at a prayer vigil for victims of the bridge collapse at Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Turner Station in Dundalk on Tuesday. (Cassidy Jensen/Staff)
First responders and officials from Baltimore City and Baltimore County attended a prayer vigil in honor of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse at Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Turner Station in Dundalk. (Cassidy Jensen/Staff)
First responders and officials from Baltimore City and Baltimore County attended a prayer vigil in honor of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse at Mt. Olive Baptist Church of Turner Station in Dundalk. (Cassidy Jensen/Staff)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Maryland Natural Resources police set up at Fort Smallwood offer additional support to crews proving transport from Fort Armistead. The collapsed Key Bridge is in the distance. (Amy Davis/Staff)
Maryland Natural Resources police set up at Fort Smallwood offer additional support to crews proving transport from Fort Armistead. The collapsed Key Bridge is in the distance. (Amy Davis/Staff)
View of collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach. In the foreground is a pier connected to the Brandon Shores power plant. (Amy Davis/Staff)
View of collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach. In the foreground is a pier connected to the Brandon Shores power plant. (Amy Davis/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River early Tuesday morning after a container ship struck a support column. First responders are searching for six construction workers who were filling potholes on the bridge. Two were rescued. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River early Tuesday morning after a container ship struck a support column. First responders are searching for six construction workers who were filling potholes on the bridge. Two were rescued. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
A media area near the entrance to the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River early Tuesday morning after a container ship struck a support column. First responders are searching for six construction workers who were filling potholes on the bridge. Two were rescued. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
A media area near the entrance to the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River early Tuesday morning after a container ship struck a support column. First responders are searching for six construction workers who were filling potholes on the bridge. Two were rescued. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Francis Scott Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Francis Scott Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Part of the fallen structure of Francis Scott Key Bridge is viewed from press staging area on Authority Drive in Dundalk. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Residents and media gather to view the collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach, a private community south of the Brandon Shores power plant, at left. (Amy Davis/Staff)
Residents and media gather to view the collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach, a private community south of the Brandon Shores power plant, at left. (Amy Davis/Staff)
Mayor Brandon Scott, left, gets a touch up by make-up artist before interview with a news crew after the Key Bridge collapse. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Mayor Brandon Scott, left, gets a touch up by make-up artist before interview with a news crew after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
A view of the Francis Scott Key bridge ramp with bridge wreckage visible on left near the Maryland Transportation Authority campus on the northeast end of the bridge. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
A view of the Francis Scott Key bridge ramp with bridge wreckage visible on left near the Maryland Transportation Authority campus on the northeast end of the bridge. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
The remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge rest in the Patapsco River and could be seen from the shoreline in Pasadena Tuesday. (Paul W. Gillespie/Staff photo)
The remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge rest in the Patapsco River and could be seen from the shoreline in Pasadena Tuesday. (Paul W. Gillespie/Staff photo)
Maryland Governor Wes Moore speaks about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. With him is U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, members of the congressional delegation and local leaders. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
Maryland Governor Wes Moore speaks about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. With him is U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, members of the congressional delegation and local leaders. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Baltimore mayor Brandon Scott and U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen stand together during a press conference on the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Baltimore mayor Brandon Scott and U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen stand together during a press conference on the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at a press conference after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at a press conference after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at a press conference after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at a press conference after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
Jennifer L. Homendy, Chair of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) speaks about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
Jennifer L. Homendy, Chair of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) speaks about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday. (Kim Hairston/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a the bridge was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a container ship. (Teresa Parrott)
Senator Chris Van Hollen speaks at a news conference this morning on the Maryland Transportation Authority campus near the collapsed Francis Scott Key bridge. Several local and state officials attended. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
Senator Chris Van Hollen speaks at a news conference this morning on the Maryland Transportation Authority campus near the collapsed Francis Scott Key bridge. Several local and state officials attended. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
March 26, 2024: Dozens of reporters and television crews are on the scene at the Maryland Transportation Authority campus this morning after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key bridge. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
March 26, 2024: Dozens of reporters and television crews are on the scene at the Maryland Transportation Authority campus this morning after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key bridge. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
The Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge are seen at sunrise Tuesday. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
The Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge are seen at sunrise Tuesday. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
First responders search for victims in the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A speed limit sign is seen above the Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A speed limit sign is seen above the Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Dundalk residents stand along Browning Highway to get a look at the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Dundalk residents stand along Browning Highway to get a look at the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali lost power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns early Tuesday. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A Coast Guard helicopter flies over the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A Coast Guard helicopter flies over the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship Dali was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A Coast Guard helicopter flies over the Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge's support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A Coast Guard helicopter flies over the Maersk container ship Dali and the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge. The massive container ship was adrift early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Jesus Campos, an employee of Brawner Builders, said his coworkers and friends were on the Key Bridge when it collapsed. Campos said he recently switched shifts, but had been working on the bridge himself before the shifts rotated. (Emily Opilo/Staff)
Jesus Campos, an employee of Brawner Builders, said his coworkers and friends were on the Key Bridge when it collapsed. Campos said he recently switched shifts, but had been working on the bridge himself before the shifts rotated. (Emily Opilo/Staff)
View of collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach. In the foreground is a pier connected to the Brandon Shores power plant. (Amy Davis/Staff)
View of collapsed Key Bridge from Stoney Beach. In the foreground is a pier connected to the Brandon Shores power plant. (Amy Davis/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Governor Wes Moore speaks at a news conference at the Maryland Department of Transportation campus near the bridge. Lt. Governor Aruna Miller is on left; Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski is behind them, as well as Senate President Bill Ferguson. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore speaks at a news conference at the Maryland Department of Transportation campus near the bridge. Lt. Governor Aruna Miller is on left; Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski is behind them, as well as Senate President Bill Ferguson. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore speaks at a news conference about the Francis Scott Key Bridge which collapsed early Tuesday morning after it was hit by a ship. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Gov. Wes Moore speaks at a news conference about the Francis Scott Key Bridge which collapsed early Tuesday morning after it was hit by a ship. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore mayor Branon Scott, right, talks with Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr., after a news conference about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was hit by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore mayor Branon Scott, right, talks with Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr., after a news conference about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was hit by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and other officials leave a news conference after speaking about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was hit by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and other officials leave a news conference after speaking about the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was hit by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Emergency boats float around a container ship whose bow received damage after the Francis Scott Key Bridge crumbled onto the vessel and into the Patapsco River following a collision with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency boats float around a container ship whose bow received damage after the Francis Scott Key Bridge crumbled onto the vessel and into the Patapsco River following a collision with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
People walk along a pier as the western span of the Francis Scott Key Bridge rises over the Patapsco River where a container ship, back right collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
People walk along a pier as the western span of the Francis Scott Key Bridge rises over the Patapsco River where a container ship, back right collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Media members wait for Gov. Wes Moore and other officials to arrive for a news conference after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning when it was struck by a vessel. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
Media members wait for Gov. Wes Moore and other officials to arrive for a news conference after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning when it was struck by a vessel. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A remaining ramp of the Key Bridge is seen beyond the Dali container ship after the bridge collapsed this morning after the ship hit the bridge. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A remaining ramp of the Key Bridge is seen beyond the Dali container ship after the bridge collapsed this morning after the ship hit the bridge. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A remaining ramp of the Key Bridge is seen beyond the Dali container ship after the bridge collapsed this morning after the ship hit the bridge. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
A remaining ramp of the Key Bridge is seen beyond the Dali container ship after the bridge collapsed this morning after the ship hit the bridge. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Highway warning sign on I-95 South on the closure of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore after it collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Trif Alatzas/Staff)
Highway warning sign on I-95 South on the closure of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore after it collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Trif Alatzas/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed overnight after being struck by a ship in the early morning of Tuesday, March 26. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Maryland Secretary of Transportation Paul Wiedefeld at an early morning news conference after the Key Bridge collapsed after being struck by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Natalie Jones/Staff)
Maryland Secretary of Transportation Paul Wiedefeld at an early morning news conference after the Key Bridge collapsed after being struck by a ship early Tuesday morning. (Natalie Jones/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jackson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jasckson/Staff)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Jerry Jasckson/Staff)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday morning after a support column was struck by a vessel. (Karl Merton Ferron)
Emergency crews in boats examine the Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency crews in boats examine the Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Concerned visitors wait for their turn to peer through binoculars toward the Francis Scott Key Bridge which lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Concerned visitors wait for their turn to peer through binoculars toward the Francis Scott Key Bridge which lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
The Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency crews head to the exit off of the Baltimore Beltway I-695 from the closed off section where the Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency crews head to the exit off of the Baltimore Beltway I-695 from the closed off section where the Francis Scott Key Bridge lies in ruins in the waters of the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency crews head toward Fort Armistead after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)
Emergency crews head toward Fort Armistead after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River after a container ship collided with the structure overnight. (Karl Merton Ferron/Staff)

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