Baltimore shipping lane fully reopens



The Baltimore shipping lane, blocked for more than two months following the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse, reopened fully on Monday (10 June). 

Maritime traffic remained blocked until the US Army Corps of Engineers and navy salvage divers removed about 50,000 tons of debris from the Patapsco river.

The Singapore-flagged Dali cargo ship that was stuck amid the wreckage for almost two months was refloated and sent back to port. 

The Baltimore port is one of America’s busiest ports and is the hub for the automobile industry.  


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