Crane damages New York's Brooklyn Bridge while passing under; no major damage sustained

 A crane on a barge ship crashed into the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday morning, splitting a steel beam on the New York City landmark.

Despite a crack on the beam, authorities said the bridge did not sustain any structural damages, according to CBS News. No injuries from the incident were reported.

The footage shows the crane raised as the boat passes below the bridge. It then gets caught in the track system.

"A crane barge was traveling underneath the bridge and a crane struck a track system underneath the bridge for the maintenance," said Michelle Krupa with the Coast Guard Operations Unit.

The New York City Fire Department said the impact of the crash did not "impact the integrity of the bridge, according to CBS News.

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