Human error may have contributed to the Key Bridge disaster. Changing our approach to design can help reduce accidents

In the early morning of March 26, a 948-foot vessel struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Md., causing its collapse. Preliminary evidence shows that the container ship Dali lost power while transitioning out of the Baltimore harbor, which resulted in the ship’s crew losing control of its steering.

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