Largest crane on East Coast removes debris from Baltimore bridge to clean canal and recover bodies. On top of the ship are 34,000 tons of steel.

The water the divers work in is so dark and the debris is so dense that they often cannot see further than 2 feet. Four Latino workers, of the six presumed dead in the collapse, remain missing in the waters of the Patapsco River, but cleanup efforts have paused the search for the bodies. The victims, who were part of a construction crew fixing potholes on the bridge, were from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.