Tuesday saw the Dali, a ship flying the Singaporean flag, collide with the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

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The ship is identified as the Dali, a container ship flying the Singapore flag, based on ship tracking data.

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The Baltimore Police Department was informed of the incident at the Francis Scott Key Bridge,

About 30 minutes before the crash, at around 1 a.m., according to ship tracking data, the Dali departed Baltimore on its way to Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka.

There are no reports of injuries, and every member of the crew—including the two pilots—has been confirmed to be present.

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Francis Scott Kaey Bridge Shortly before the collision, at approximately 1:28 a.m.How many people were hurt or killed is still unknown.

The Singapore-based company Grace Ocean is identified as the Dali's owner, and Synergy Marine is listed as the manager.

Bridge is longer than 8,500 feet, or 1.2 miles. Its 1,200-foot main span made it one of the world's longest continuous truss bridges.