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Salvage work continues at the Baltimore bridge collapse site

Crews opened a second temporary channel on Tuesday allowing a limited amount of marine traffic to bypass the mangled wreckage of Baltimore’s collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge, which had blocked the vital port’s main shipping channel since its destruction one week ago.
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Crews opened a second temporary channel on Tuesday allowing a limited amount of marine traffic to bypass the wreckage of Baltimore’s collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge, which had blocked the vital port’s main shipping channel since its destruction one week ago.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

A section of the damaged and collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge is seen, in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

The Dali, a massive container ship from Singapore, still sits amid the wreckage and collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

A section of the damaged and collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge is seen, in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

A section of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge is seen in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

A section of the damaged and collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge is seen, in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

A section of the Dali, a massive container ship from Singapore, is seen as the vessel still sits amid the wreckage and collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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THE BALTIMORE BANNER VIA AP

The Dali, right, a massive container ship from Singapore, still sits amid the wreckage and collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the Baltimore port, Monday, April 1.
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ASSOCIATED PRESS

Salvage work continues on the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge, Tuesday, April 2, in Baltimore.
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A sign for a Small Business Administration business recover center following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, Tuesday, April 2, in Baltimore.
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Cars drive on I-95 following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, Tuesday, April 2, in Baltimore.
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The Chesapeake 1000 crane, which will be used to help remove wreckage from the collapse of the Key Bridge, is docked at Tradepoint Atlantic in Sparrows Point, Md., March 29. The floating crane that’s been hauling away shattered steel from the collapsed Baltimore bridge played a much different role during the Cold War.

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