Two feared dead, six construction workers buried after Baltimore bridge collapse

Two feared dead, six construction workers were buried under debris after a cargo ship collided with the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, on March 26. Miguel Luna, 49, and Maynar Suazo, 37, were among those missing. Luna, a proud father of three, had been working on the bridge for years, while Suazo, a father of two, had immigrated to the U.S. to build a better life.

As families anxiously await news, the tragedy has left them devastated. Despite heroic efforts to rescue the trapped workers, only two have been saved so far. The collision caused the collapse of the bridge, plunging the workers into the Patapsco River. Search and recovery operations continue for the missing workers. The incident has shocked the community, leaving many mourning the loss and praying for the victims’ families.