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3 Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse victims identified as Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval, Dorlian Castillo Cabrera and Miguel Luna

He was a devout individual, an entrepreneur, and a dedicated fan of the Motagua Sports Club.



Following the bridge collapse, it was reported that eight workers were maintaining the structure, with six currently unaccounted for.

Among them are two individuals of Mexican nationality, two from Guatemala, one from El Salvador, and one from Honduras.

Two of the missing victims have been identified as Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval, aged 30, from Honduras, and Miguel Luna, aged 49, from El Salvador.

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, additional details about the other workers comprise Carlos and Julio from Mexico, as well as Jose and Dorlian Castillo Cabrera from Guatemala, with specific origins in the municipalities of Camotán, Chiquimula, and San Luis, Petén, respectively.

Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval, originally from the department of Santa Barbara, tragically passed away following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, which occurred after being struck by a large ship.

Suazo Sandoval had embarked on the journey of the “American Dream” to enhance his quality of life and had successfully established his own company.

He was a devout individual, an entrepreneur, and a dedicated fan of the Motagua Sports Club.

According to reports received by his family both in the United States and in Danlí, the ship experienced electrical failures, leading to a loss of control and subsequent collision with the bridge in Baltimore in the early hours of Tuesday, March 26.

Maynor Yassir Suazo Sandoval was employed there. The family members of the deceased have begun the necessary procedures to repatriate his remains to Honduras.

Officials have stated that the six construction workers who disappeared when Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed early Tuesday are now presumed deceased.

Maryland State Police and the U.S. Coast Guard have indicated that the chances of finding the workers alive are minimal, considering the freezing water temperature and the length of time they have been missing.

“At this point, we do not know where they are, but we intend to give it our best effort to help these families find closure,” stated Col. Roland Butler at a news conference held after dusk on Tuesday. A recovery operation is scheduled to commence at 6 a.m. ET on Wednesday.

Butler mentioned that structural engineers will assist in devising a plan for divers to navigate the perilous wreckage while avoiding sharp steel debris, which could potentially puncture a diver’s suit or oxygen line.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.