Governor Wes Moore announced new updates on the recovery operation and economic response since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.

In a news conference Saturday, the governor was joined by several state and federal leaders to announce that the bridge's recovery efforts will be ramped up to a "24/7 posture" in the upcoming days.

Gov. Moore also announced the first portions of the collapsed bridge are expected to be lifted out of the water on Saturday, marking the start of attempts to clear the channel to access the Port of Baltimore.

"This is a remarkably complex operation," said Moore. "Our focus needs to be on unity of command and unity of effort. Conditions in the water make it unsafe for rescuers. We're not just talking about weather and wind - talking about debris."... Read More: WMAR2NEWS