Boats use alternate route in Baltimore after bridge collapse

Boats use alternate route in Baltimore after bridge collapse

Baltimore— A ship towing a barge with fuel was the first ship to use an alternate channel to avoid the ruins resulting from the collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridgewhich closed traffic to the vital port.

The barge, which contains fuel for the Defense Departmentset sail Monday afternoon bound for Dover Air Force Base in Delaware, although authorities have said that the temporary channel will be open mainly to ships participating in the cleanup efforts. It may also be used by some boats or trailers that were stranded after the collapse.

Officials say They are working on a second channelfurther to the southwest, which will allow the passage of larger ships, but they have not specified when it would be open.

The governor of MarylandWes Moore, planned to visit two centers opened by the Small Business Administration on Tuesday to Help companies obtain credit or other assistance for losses caused by the bridge collapse.

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