A total of 76 people remain missing and feared dead after Champlain Towers South, a 12-storey building in Surfside, collapsed on June 24.
More than 100 people still remain missing 12 days after roughly half of the 12-storey Champlain Towers South building came tumbling down early in the morning on June 24.
Suspended search-and-rescue efforts resume following the managed demolition of the remaining part of Champlain Towers South complex in Surfside, where many still remain missing.
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.
Fire Rescue Assistant Fire Chief Raide Jadallah tells family members during a morning briefing that the building would be brought down “as soon as possible. First thing tomorrow” as official death toll continues to climb.
A total of six bodies, including two children, have been found in the rubble of a collapsed condo building in the Miami-area town of Surfside.
Local authorities say they have deployed hundreds of firefighters and rescuers to find survivors among the remains of the twelve-storey building overlooking the sea, which collapsed during Thursday's early hours.
Rescue officials still searching for survivors from condo building collapse in Surfside in Florida, with 130 firefighters working at the site where at least four people are confirmed dead.
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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