Evening Edition: Bridge Collapse Causing Economic Worries

The bodies of two construction workers have been recovered from the Baltimore’s Key Bridge collapse site and officials they continue to search for four others presumed dead. The collapse is expected to snarl supply chains for months and businesses are scrambling to mitigate economic concerns. The Port of Baltimore was responsible for transporting eighty one billion dollars worth of foreign cargo last year while supporting around eight thousand jobs.

FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Griff Jenkins, FOX News national correspondent at the site of the collapse, about the latest in the search for victims and the economic fallout.

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