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UPDATE 23 Photo Release: Key Bridge Unified Command prepares to use small charges for controlled demolition of portion of bridge that lies across M/V DALI


Thursday, May 9, 2024

  

BALTIMORE – The safest and swiftest method to remove the bridge piece from on top of the M/V Dali is by precision cuts made with small charges.  This is an industry-standard tool in controlled demolition that will break the span into smaller pieces, which will allow the work of refloating the vessel and removing it from the federal channel.

Salvors with the Unified Command prepare charges for upcoming precision cuts, to remove section 4 from the port side of the bow of the M/V DALI, May 8, 2024, during the Key Bridge Response 2024.

Debris and wreckage removal is ongoing in support of a top priority to safely and efficiently open the Fort McHenry Channel.

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Christopher Rosario)

Salvors with the Unified Command prepare charges for upcoming precision cuts to remove section 4 from the port side of the bow of the M/V DALI, April 21, 2024, during the Key Bridge Response 2024.

Debris and wreckage removal is ongoing in support of a top priority to safely and efficiently open the Fort McHenry Channel.

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Christopher Rosario)

Salvors with the Unified Command prepare charges for upcoming precision cuts to remove section 4 from the port side of the bow of the M/V DALI, April 21, 2024, during the Key Bridge Response 2024.

Debris and wreckage removal is ongoing in support of a top priority to safely and efficiently open the Fort McHenry Channel.

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Christopher Rosario)

Salvors with the Unified Command prepare charges for upcoming precision cuts, to remove section 4 from the port side of the bow of the M/V DALI, May 8, 2024, during the Key Bridge Response 2024.

Debris and wreckage removal is ongoing in support of a top priority to safely and efficiently open the Fort McHenry Channel.

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Christopher Rosario)

Salvors with the Unified Command prepare charges for upcoming precision cuts to remove section 4 from the port side of the bow of the M/V DALI, May 7, 2024, during the Key Bridge Response 2024.

Debris and wreckage removal is ongoing in support of a top priority to safely and efficiently open the Fort McHenry Channel.

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Christopher Rosario)







 


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