The lifeless body of the 6th worker who fell into the river from the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which collapsed after being hit by a freighter in Baltimore, Maryland, was found.

Authorities announced that after weeks of search efforts, the lifeless body of 37-year-old Guatemalan Jose Mynor Lopez was reached and the search efforts were terminated.

In a statement, Maryland Governor Wes Moore expressed his condolences to the families of the workers who lost their lives, saying, "We pray for Jose Mynor Lopez, his family and all those who loved him. We remain steadfast in our commitment to lasting support. We will remember the 6 Maryland workers forever."

Crews had earlier recovered the bodies of Alejandro Hernandez Fuentes, Dorlian Ronial Castillo Cabrera, Maynor Yasir Suazo-Sandoval, Carlos Daniel Hernandez Estrella and Miguel Angel Luna Gonzalez.

WHAT HAPPENED?

The Singapore-flagged cargo ship "Dali", which set sail from the Port of Baltimore to Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, on March 26, hit the Francis Scott Key Bridge on the Patapsco River.

The bridge, which is about 3 kilometers long, collapsed with the impact of the impact, and the vehicles and workers working on the bridge fell into the river. Of the 8 workers who fell into the river, 2 were rescued and a search was launched for 6 workers. The 4-lane bridge, named after Francis Scott Key, the author of the US national anthem, was put into service in 1977.

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While the wreckage removal works are continuing, it was learned that the cargo ship currently contains 3-4 thousand tons of iron, and the ship is planned to be refloated by the end of the week. The bridge, which is expected to cost 2 billion dollars to rebuild, is planned to open in the fall of 2028.

The Biden administration had allocated a federal budget of 60 million dollars to the state of Maryland to remove the wreckage of the destroyed Francis Scott Key Bridge.