Battered Cargo Ship That Damaged Baltimore Bridge Escorted to Port

The recovery from the deadly Baltimore bridge collapse reached a significant milestone overnight as the ill-fated container ship Dali was slowly escorted back to port. Its damaged bow remained covered with smashed shipping containers, fallen steel trusses, and mangled concrete. Nearly two months ago, the Dali lost power and crashed into one of the bridge’s supporting columns, killing six construction workers and halting most maritime traffic through the Port of Baltimore. Refloated at high tide on Monday morning, the vessel slowly moved away from the site of the March 26 disaster, guided by at least four tugboats. The extensive damage to its bow included a massive, gaping hole above the waterline on its starboard side.

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