REVEALED: Boat collides with Baltimore bridge and has been detained in Chile for propulsion problems

A cargo ship collided with a suspension bridge in Baltimore and collapsed. It has been detained at the port for inspection several times before. Including in Chile last year. Which found a problem with the thrust force

Foreign news agencies reported that the container ship “MV Daly”, which was involved in an accident on the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, United States, collapsed on Tuesday (March 26), and 2,567 had been detained in Chile in June of the year. the past. Of the problems of driving force

A Chilean Navy spokesperson told CNN Tuesday evening local time that at the time, investigators found that the pressure gauge of the Daly's thermal control system was “unreadable,” causing the ship to be detained in the port of San Antonio on June 27, 2023.

Chilean port officials classified the disturbance as related. “Motive power and supporting machinery”, but the officials concerned were able to solve the problem. Its authenticity was verified by officials at the actual site, allowing the ship to leave this port on the same day.

However, this is not the first time the Daly ship has done this, which is registered in Singapore and has been detained in foreign ports. Since the completion of construction of the ship in 2015, it has been detained for inspection 27 times, with two failures including one in Chile, according to For Equasis' Freight Quality Data Center.

Again, it happened in the port city of Antwerp, Belgium in 2016 after Daly's ship accidentally hit the pier while leaving the port. The accident caused Daly's ship to be detained. Inspection results found that the ship was suffering from structural problems. Due to damage to the ship's hull, the ability to sail at sea is impaired.

Daly was last checked on September 9, 2023 in New York City. By US Coast Guard officials no abnormalities were found.

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