Wife shares heartbreaking message after husband

Recovery operations resumed in Maryland on Wednesday (March 27) as efforts continued to locate the six individuals presumed dead in the aftermath of the tragic collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge.

The incident occurred early Tuesday when a 985-foot-long vessel struck the bridge, causing portions of it to plummet into the Patapsco River. Among the missing were six construction workers from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, as per CNN.

However, the US Coast Guard has now stated that it has concluded the men have died and that it intends to suspend its massive search and rescue effort.

One of the individuals identified was 49-year-old Miguel Luna, a husband and father of three originally from El Salvador, who had called Maryland his home for nearly twenty years. Luna was part of the crew tasked with repairing potholes on the bridge when the collapse occurred, the BBC detailed.

Credit: Miguel Luna / Facebook.

Miguel Luna’s wife, María del Carmen Castellón, expressed her devastation as the family anxiously awaited news amidst ongoing recovery efforts.

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