BALTIMORE (AP) – Recovery efforts are set to resume for six construction workers who are presumed dead after a cargo ship hit a pillar of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, causing the structure to collapse. At least eight people went into the water. Two survived, but the other six, part of a construction crew that had been filling potholes on the bridge, were missing. Officials said the recovery efforts for the six missing people would resume this morning. The ship lost its steering capability before it hit the pillar around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday. Audio from first responders shows a scramble to halt traffic just before the crash. The bridge is an important link in the region’s transportation infrastructure, and its collapse is expected to snarl commuter traffic and disrupt a vital shipping port.