Francis Scott Key Bridge wreckage, black box investigation

Videos are going around social media showing the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Other videos are surfacing that show the aftermath and wreckage from the Baltimore bridge collapse. An investigation is underway involving the black box, and news outlets are reporting that the entire crew of the ship, named the Dali, have survived. However, there are at least six people presume dead and they were not on the ship. Those victims were on the bridge and likely fell into the water.


The Coast Guard was doing a search, but today they ended the search and now presume those people to be basically lost in the water. NBC News provided detailsabout the Coast Guard ending their search for survivors after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed from the ship crash:


“We do not believe that we’re going to find any of these individuals still alive,” Coast Guard Rear Admiral Shannon N. Gilreath said.

Jeffrey Pritzker, executive vice president of Brawner Builders, said earlier that one of his workers had survived. He did not release their names.


Up until then, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore had held out hope that the missing people might be found even as law enforcement warned that the frigid water and the fact that there had been no sign of them since 1:30 a.m. when the ship struck Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Investigators are also looking into getting information from the black box they recovered from Dali. Another team of investigators will look at the wreckage, and others likely looking at what happened on the ship beforehand. Some of that information can be figured out during interviews and reviewing whatever may be on the black box. CBC provided some information regarding the black box investigation from the Dali ship that was headed to Singapore:


Investigators from the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board recovered the data recorder after boarding the ship late on Tuesday, NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy said. They will interview the ship’s crew, she said.


Homendy said the Singapore-flagged container vessel Dali possessed one of the newer models of data recorder and that officials would be looking to gather information including “positioning of ship, the vessel itself, speed, you name it.” “It’s gonna take some time,” she said. “We may be on scene five to 10 days.”

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