Last victim of building collapse identified, officials say, more than a month after the catastrophe that ultimately claimed 98 lives and became the largest non-hurricane related emergency response in US state history.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said 83 of those found have been identified while 22 people are still missing.
Searchers extract 18 more bodies from rubble, raising the overall death toll to 54 with 86 people still unaccounted for, officials say.
The storm heads north toward the Florida Keys, gaining slightly in intensity after leaving a trail of destruction through the Caribbean that claimed at least three lives.
Once the building is down, rescue efforts will resume, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said, as beachside communities planned more subdued events for the Fourth of July.
Searchers say they could still find survivors in remnants of Florida condo building as death toll climbs to 10 while 151 people remain unaccounted for.
Scores of rescue workers remained on the massive pile of rubble, working to find survivors among the more than 150 people who remain unaccounted for in eastern US city.
Rescuers used infrared technology, water, and foam to battle the blaze while Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said the smoke has been the biggest challenge.
Hundreds of fire and rescue workers scour through tonnes of rubble as a 12-storey oceanfront residential building partially collapses in southern Florida, with at least one person dead and 99 still unaccounted for, officials say.
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