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BALTIMORE BRIDGE COLLAPSE: Coast Guard Issues Tragic Update

The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a tragic update following the horrific collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.

Spokespeople for the Coast Guard have officially suspended the search for the 6 missing individuals, and all are now presumed to be dead.

We do not yet know the specific details behind the crash that caused the bridge to collapse. How exactly did a cargo ship so obviously miss its target and smash into the bridge?

Cargo ships are rarely involved in accidents and they certainly don’t smash into bridges in relatively calm waters.

Sources revealed the identities of at least some of the missing individuals now presumed to be dead:

The Epoch Times confirmed:

Six construction workers, who were repairing potholes on the bridge at the time of the crash, are presumed dead, according to the Coast Guard.

The Coast Guard has ended its search and rescue mission.

At least two survivors have been rescued. One refused medical treatment and the other was transported to a hospital in critical condition.

MSNBC and other left-leaning outlets chose to focus on the ethnicity of those presumed dead:

“Immigrant workforce ‘disproportionately impacted’ by ‘struggling infrastructure’ George Escobar, chief of Programs and Services at CASA, joined José Díaz-Balart to discuss the Baltimore bridge collapse. Two of the missing workers, who are presumed dead, were members of CASA.”

CNN featured this statement from Coast Guard Rear Admiral Shannon Gilreath:

“I’d like to announce tonight that based on the length of time that we’ve gone in this search, the extensive search efforts we’ve put into it, the water temperature, that at this point we do not believe that we’re going to find any of these individuals still alive.”


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