Mayor Scott Statement on Recovery of Fourth Victim of Key Bridge Collapse

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Brandon M. Scott
Mayor,
Baltimore City
250 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
(410) 396-3835 - Fax: (410) 576-9425

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

BALTIMORE, MD (Monday, April 15, 2024) - Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott released the following statement on the news that a fourth victim of the Key Bridge Collapse had been located and recovered.

“Today Unified Command announced that salvage teams recovered a vehicle with a deceased victim trapped inside while working to clear debris from the channel. I am grateful for the work of the salvage teams for their effort to recover the fourth victim, as well as the MD State Police, MD Transit Authority Policy, and the FBI who responded to help bring closure for this family.

"Our hearts continue to break for the loved ones of these victims. Our entire city remains with them, joining them in mourning and in healing now that one more of their loved ones has been brought home. For those still waiting, we join them in their hope and grief that they will have the same closure soon.

"As I have said from the very first moment, we will continue to do everything in our power to support these families, and provide whatever they need to persevere through this unthinkable tragedy."

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