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A team from the ship that collapsed the American Bridge are trapped on board for 7 weeks

A team from the ship that collapsed the American Bridge are trapped on board for 7 weeks

Since then, the crew has had almost no contact with their families.Their cell phones were confiscated by the FBI as part of the investigation. Joshua Messick, director of a local NGO that protects the rights of seafarers, told the BBC that they had been given new mobile phones but without their old data, making it difficult to access the communications of friends and family.

They can’t use virtual banks, and they can’t pay their bills at home. (…) They are really isolated now. “They can’t talk to the people they need or even look at pictures of their children before bed. It’s a really sad situation.”
Joshua Messick, director of a local NGO, told the BBC:

Sailors must obtain a “permit” for the tours in the coming days

The ship’s remains are expected to be returned to the Port of Baltimore – In an operation that has not yet been detailed by the local navy.

After that, sailors must obtain a permit to take short tours of the areaAccording to Misick, in smaller groups and perhaps under guard. The idea is, for example, to take them to a game of cricket, a popular sport in India.

So far there is no information about when or how the team will return to their homes.

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