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Damaged Dali cargo ship refloated and towed in Baltimore

Recovery teams refloated a huge cargo vessel impeding shipping in the Port of Baltimore early on Monday and pulled it free of the main channel, two months after the boat crashed into the Francis Scott Key bridge and caused the span to collapse.

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The Key Bridge Response Unified Command moves the M/V DALI container ship across the Patapsco River from the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge wreckage to a local marine terminal. The Francis Scott Key Bridge, a major span over the Patapsco River in Baltimore, collapsed on March 26, after it was struck by the Singapore-flagged container ship killing six road workers who were on the bridge at the time.
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The Key Bridge Response Unified Command moves the M/V DALI container ship across the Patapsco River from the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge wreckage to a local marine terminal. The Francis Scott Key Bridge, a major span over the Patapsco River in Baltimore, collapsed on March 26, after it was struck by the Singapore-flagged container ship killing six road workers who were on the bridge at the time.
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The Key Bridge Response Unified Command moved the M/V DALI container ship across the Patapsco River from the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge wreckage to a local marine terminal. Salvors will continue to work on clearing the channel of wreckage. The Francis Scott Key Bridge, a major span over the Patapsco River in Baltimore, collapsed on March 26, after it was struck by the Singapore-flagged container ship killing six road workers who were on the bridge at the time.
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The Key Bridge Response Unified Command moved the M/V DALI container ship across the Patapsco River from the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge wreckage to a local marine terminal. Salvors will continue to work on clearing the channel of wreckage. The Francis Scott Key Bridge, a major span over the Patapsco River in Baltimore, collapsed on March 26, after it was struck by the Singapore-flagged container ship killing six road workers who were on the bridge at the time.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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Francis Scott Key Bridge is seen after the cargo ship 'Dali' was moved to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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The cargo ship 'Dali' moves from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Seagirt Marine Terminal at the Port of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.
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A view of the cargo ship 'Dali' as crews clear it from the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20.

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