HAWKINS POINT, Md. — It was silent and solemn a few mile and a half away from the particles of the Francis Scott Key Bridge Friday evening in entrance of a show honoring six victims of its collapse.

Folks gathered on the mural in Hawkins Point for a night vigil.

“The household, Maynor, is near me,” stated Hilda Lopez, attending the vigil from Silver Spring.

Lopez instructed WMAR she is greatest associates with the spouse of Maynor Suazo Sandoval’s brother and says the household is heartbroken.

“I give help every single day, to the household, the brothers, Maynor, every single day, and inform them I’ll be right here,” Lopez stated.

Candles had been lit in honor of the six males, all of whom are represented with a person cross. Flowers and belongings had been positioned on the shows, together with flags of their nations of origin.

Nearby, progress clearing the bridge wreckage is shifting alongside; crews took dozens of containers off the Dali this week, which is able to finally assist them transfer the large cargo ship out of the channel. Officials hope to reopen the channel by the tip of May.

Roberto Marquez, an artist, has labored on the mural in Hawkins Point for twelve days.

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“I’ve a mural the place I invited [the families] to carry their very own signature. Some of them left hand-prints, they usually even write their names on it,” Marquez defined.

“It’s essential as a result of these households that misplaced family members, they should have a spot the place they will come, and all of us unite,” Marquez added.

Three victims are nonetheless unaccounted for. Last Friday, Maynor Suazo Sandoval’s physique was recovered; as of Friday, the twelfth, he’s nonetheless the most recent sufferer to be recovered.