Sunday, April 21, 2024
36.6 F

    Latest Posts

    Names of Workers On Baltimore Bridge Collapse

    Names of workers on Baltimore Bridge unveiled after the announcement of the tragic accident on March 26, 2024. According to reports, two people managed to be rescued from the Patapsco River. One declined medical assistance. Meanwhile the other accepted discharge from the hospital, according to the R Adams Cowley Collision Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

    Baltimore Fire Chief James Wallace reported at least six people missing. The missing workers, worked in maintenance at the time of the accident.

    One of the missing people include 49 year old Salvadoran Miguel Luna. His wife María del Carmen Castellón spoke out.

    Miguel Luna, a father of six originated from El Salvador.

    Despite restrictions on access to the disaster zone, relatives like Castellón managed to get in while awaiting news.

    According to Jose Campos, a companion of the missing, the names of workers on Baltimore Bridge include: Carlos and Julio from Mexico. As well as, Jose and Dorlian from Guatemala and Maynor of Honduras.

    On Facebook, a friend of one of the workers shared their condolences to the family.

    Patricia Claros Aguilar wrote, “I can’t believe it maynor. That Friday was the last one. See I would watch it, always With their whimsicals..I will always remember this. Rest in peace maynor, and consolation to his sister Norma to the paisa Carlos Alexis Suazo SandovalFredy Rodriguez to his mom in azaculpa… May God comfort you.

    According to the AP, the head of a trade association for maritime pilots says the pilot of the Dali ship that caused the Baltimore bridge collapse tried to slow it down before the crash. As noted by the Washington Post, the ship, is a 985-foot Singapore-flagged vessel according to the National Transportation Safety Board, which is investigating the collapse. Nevertheless, Officials stated they believe the Dali’s collision with the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which links Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties, was an accident and not linked to terrorist activity.

    Clay Diamond, executive director of the American Pilots’ Association, said he has been in close contact with officials from the Association of Maryland Pilots. They described what happened as the ship approached the bridge. He said that when the ship sailed a few minutes out, it lost all power, including to its engines.

    Many prayers go out to the families of the workers.

    Latest Posts

    Don't Miss

    Stay in touch

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.