FBI Joins Investigation into Baltimore Bridge Cargo Ship Crash

The FBI has decided to get in on the action surrounding the cargo ship that took down the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore last month. The agency just can’t resist making sure everything’s on the up-and-up, even if it means stepping on some toes.

Word on the street is that this investigation is going to dig into whether the crew members had any inkling about the ship’s issues before it set sail. Apparently, the Dali, a whopping 984-foot-long beast carrying shipping containers, had a “complete blackout” right before it plowed into the iconic bridge. And guess who was managing this wayward vessel? None other than Synergy Marine Group. Now, it seems the plot thickens as this Singaporean company is trying to cover its tracks by filing in a U.S. district court in Baltimore to limit its liability. They’re practically begging the court to keep any additional claims or actions at bay, and they want the court to absolve them of any blame for the “Casualty.” Smells fishy, doesn’t it?

But hold onto your hats, folks, because there’s more! The FBI’s nose-poking shenanigans are separate from another investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board, which is looking into why this whole mess happened in the first place.

And to top it all off, President Joe Biden and Gov. Wes Moore (D-MD) are giving their two cents, promising to make whoever’s responsible for the wreckage pay up. But hey, we’ve heard that song and dance before.

Naturally, the FBI had nothing to say when the Washington Examiner came knocking for some answers. Typical. But mark our words, this investigation is just getting started. And who knows what other treasures are going to float to the surface once the FBI starts poking around further? Stay tuned, because this story is far from over, friends.

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