Baltimore’s bridge releases 'Dali'

Explovies were used to remove wreckage from 'Dali's' foredeck (Unified Command) (002)

The container ship that took out the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore this March has now been refloated and will be probed for answers as to why she smacked into the bridge, killing six workers.

Freeing the Dali, which was pinnd to the seabed, was a dangerous and complex operation, with a small amount of her cargo containing dangerous or hazardous materials.

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