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Navy barges assist in removing collapsed Baltimore bridge from river


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Three Navy barges arrived Friday at Baltimore Harbor to assist in removing the remains of the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge from the Patapsco River. The 1,000-ton lift capacity derrick barge Chesapeakem the 200-ton lift capacity revolving crane barge Ferrell and the 150-ton lift capacity crane barge Oyster Bay have been contracted through Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and are being used to remove submerged portions of the bridge, according to a Navy news release. The bridge collapsed early Tuesday following a freighter collision.

Read more at: https://www.stripes.com/branches/navy/2024-03-31/navy-barges-baltimore-bridge-collapse-13461242.html
Source - Stars and Stripes

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