Who are the victims in Baltimore’s Key Bridge collapse?.. from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico

The search for six construction workers turned to a recovery effort Tuesday night, following a collapse at Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge. The span was struck by a cargo ship early Tuesday morning. 

The six men were working for Brawner Builders, filling potholes on the center span of the bridge, at the time of the collapse.

The men, who are now presumed dead, are from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico, and were living in Dundalk and Highlandtown, according to our media partners at The Baltimore Banner. The Guatemalan Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed two of the men were from Guatemala, according to a Tuesday evening news release.

The Banner reports the men are in their 30s and 40s and have spouses and children. 

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