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Maryland launches website for Key Bridge collapse victims

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ANNAPOLIS, MD—The state of Maryland has launched a website to help those affected by the recent Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. The Key Bridge collapse website is meant to be a one-stop shop for everything related to the tragedy.

The website was announced and launched on Friday by Governor Wes Moore and is currently being updated with resources for those impacted by the bridge collapse. These resources include information on relief programs for workers and businesses affected by the collapse, traffic updates for commuters, and guidance on resources available through Maryland Business Recovery Centers.

Governor Moore says that the website is meant to make it easier for Marylanders to find the resources available to them. He says that the state is committed to helping those affected by the bridge collapse. The website will be updated regularly as more resources become available.

The Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse has had a devastating impact on the residents and businesses of Baltimore  Governor Moore say the state is committed to providing support and resources to help those affected by the collapse rebuild their lives.

Additional information is available on the Key Bridge collapse website here.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

Photo via the Baltimore County Police Department

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