(BALTIMORE) -- The bumpy Mother's Day return of the Carnival Pride is now being investigated.
There were no reported injuries when the cruise ship crashed while docking in Baltimore early Sunday morning, but there was some damage, according to the Coast Guard.
"It looks like it was the gangway that possibly fell and caused some damage to some vehicles that might have been parked underneath it," Petty Officer 3rd Class Jasmine Mieszala of the Coast Guard said.
A statement from Carnival said the gangway's collapse damaged three parked vehicles.
Carnival also said there was "minor" damage to the ship that was "limited to a small mooring deck platform on the starboard side."
The ship was expected to sail Sunday afternoon as scheduled.
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