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Six Unaccounted For After Baltimore Bridge Collapse

Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore

National Transportation Safety Board Chair Jennifer Homendy has announced that the agency will not be providing information regarding injuries or potential fatalities resulting from the recent Baltimore bridge collapse. Homendy has directed the media to seek updates from other relevant agencies as search and rescue operations continue.

As of the latest reports, six individuals are still unaccounted for in the aftermath of the bridge collapse. Earlier on Tuesday, two individuals were successfully rescued from the water.

The National Transportation Safety Board's decision to withhold details on injuries and fatalities underscores the ongoing nature of the emergency response efforts. The focus remains on locating and ensuring the safety of those who may still be trapped or missing as a result of the incident.

Authorities are working diligently to coordinate search and rescue operations, utilizing all available resources to locate the missing individuals and provide assistance to those affected by the bridge collapse. The situation is being closely monitored, and updates will be provided as new information becomes available.

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