WORKERS TO COME TOGETHER AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER. THE O’S ESTAMOS USTEDES AQUI AHORA SIEMPRE. WE ARE ALL WITH YOU. WE ARE ALL OF YOU. WE ARE ALL WITH YOU. WE ARE ALL OF YOU. RIGHT HERE, RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW, RIGHT NOW AND ALWAYS. HARD HATS A CANDLE AND FLOWERS. ALL TO REMEMBER. THE SIX CONTRACTORS WHO DIED WHILE WORKING ON THE FRANCIS SCOTT KEY BRIDGE. THEY WERE DOING ROAD REPAIRS, FILLING POTHOLES WHEN THE STRUCTURE WAS HIT BY THE CONTAINER SHIP DOLLY AND COLLAPSED INTO THE PATAPSCO RIVER. WE ARE JOINED TOGETHER TODAY FOR A SOMBER MOMENT OF HONORING THE SIX BROTHERS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES DURING THE KEY BRIDGE COLLAPSE THIS WEEK, AND THE ESSENTIAL WORKERS WHO PERFORMED THE DANGEROUS YET CRITICAL WORK OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. 11 NEWS SHOWED YOU VIDEO OF THE WORK CREW TAKEN BY A DRIVER’S DASH CAM VIDEO. TWO HOURS BEFORE THE BRIDGE CAME CRASHING DOWN, TWO MEN SURVIVED DIVERS AS PART OF A RECOVERY EFFORT DID FIND THE BODIES OF TWO VICTIMS. THE FOREMAN ON THE JOB, 35 YEAR OLD ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ FUENTES OF BALTIMORE, AND WORKER, 26 YEAR OLD JULIAN RONIEL CASTILLO CABRERA OF DUNDALK. FOUR OTHERS ARE STILL MISSING, INCLUDING MAYNARD SUSO SANDOVAL, WHO LIVED. IN OWINGS MILLS, THE MARRIED FATHER OF TWO CHILDREN, WAS ORIGINALLY FROM HONDURAS AND HAD LIVED IN THE U.S. FOR 17 YEARS. MIGUEL LUNA LIVED IN MARYLAND 19 YEARS. THE MARRIED FATHER OF THREE WAS FROM EL SALVADOR THROUGH AN INTERPRETER, OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS TALKED ABOUT THE DANGERS THEY FACE, AND I ASKED MYSELF. WHAT WERE TO HAPPEN IF I WERE TO GET INJURED, OR EVEN WORSE. THE GATHERING IS ALSO TO BRING ATTENTION TO THE NUMBER OF IMMIGRANTS WHO COME TO THE U.S. AND WORK IN DANGEROUS OR HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS, WITH VERY LITTLE PROTECTION. ONE DAY I HAD A FALL, FELL INTO ANOTHER ROOF, AND BEGAN PELIGRO MI TRABAJO. THIS IS A EXPERIENCE THAT PUT ME INTO GREAT DANGER. AT WORK. A BILL HAS BEEN INTRODUCED TO GIVE SUPPORT TO THE VICTIMS, SMALL BUSINESSES AND WORKERS IN NEED OF HELP. I WANT TO TELL YOU WITH ALL MY HEART THAT WE ARE WITH YOU. NOSOTROS ESTAMOS CON USTEDES. AND THE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS WHO WERE HERE SAY THAT THEY WILL NOT FORGET THE SACRIFICE MADE BY THOSE SIX MEN.

Memorial held to recollect 6 development employees misplaced in bridge collapse

Marylanders are doing their half to make sure the boys misplaced within the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse is not going to be forgotten.The six victims had been honored Friday by employees who’ve jobs constructing and repairing roads. They not solely wished to pay tribute to the victims however to deliver consideration to how their work is essential and sometimes harmful. Hard hats, candles and flowers had been on show to recollect these contractors who had been filling potholes when the bridge went down.”Essential employees who carried out the damaging but essential work of the development business,” CASA’s Gustavo Torres mentioned.Video obtained by 11 News confirmed dashboard digital camera video of the work crew simply two hours earlier than the catastrophe. Two males survived. Divers discovered the our bodies of two victims, the foreman on the job, Alejandro Hernandez-Fuentes, 35, of Baltimore, and employee Dorlian Ronial Castillo Cabrera, 26, of Dundalk.Four others are nonetheless lacking, together with Maynard Sauzo Sandoval, who lived in Owings Mills. He was the married father of two kids. He was initially from Honduras and lived within the U.S. for 17 years. Miguel Luna lived in Maryland for 19 years. He was a married father of three kids, initially from El Salvador.Through an interpreter, different development employees talked in regards to the risks they face.”And I ask myself what would occur if I had been to get injured and even worse,” employee Erica Aleman mentioned.The gathering was additionally meant to deliver consideration to the variety of immigrants who come to the U.S. and work in harmful or hazardous situations with little safety.”One day, I had a fall, fell into one other roof. This is an expertise that put me into nice hazard at work,” remodeler Darwin Orlando Lopez mentioned.Workers mentioned they won’t overlook the sacrifice made by the bridge collapse victims.

Marylanders are doing their half to make sure the boys misplaced within the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse is not going to be forgotten.

The six victims had been honored Friday by employees who’ve jobs constructing and repairing roads. They not solely wished to pay tribute to the victims however to deliver consideration to how their work is essential and sometimes harmful.

Hard hats, candles and flowers had been on show to recollect these contractors who had been filling potholes when the bridge went down.

“Essential employees who carried out the damaging but essential work of the development business,” CASA’s Gustavo Torres mentioned.

Video obtained by 11 News confirmed dashboard digital camera video of the work crew simply two hours earlier than the catastrophe. Two males survived. Divers discovered the our bodies of two victims, the foreman on the job, Alejandro Hernandez-Fuentes, 35, of Baltimore, and employee Dorlian Ronial Castillo Cabrera, 26, of Dundalk.

Four others are nonetheless lacking, together with Maynard Sauzo Sandoval, who lived in Owings Mills. He was the married father of two kids. He was initially from Honduras and lived within the U.S. for 17 years. Miguel Luna lived in Maryland for 19 years. He was a married father of three kids, initially from El Salvador.

Through an interpreter, different development employees talked in regards to the risks they face.

“And I ask myself what would occur if I had been to get injured and even worse,” employee Erica Aleman mentioned.

The gathering was additionally meant to deliver consideration to the variety of immigrants who come to the U.S. and work in harmful or hazardous situations with little safety.

“One day, I had a fall, fell into one other roof. This is an expertise that put me into nice hazard at work,” remodeler Darwin Orlando Lopez mentioned.

Workers mentioned they won’t overlook the sacrifice made by the bridge collapse victims.