Miami Building Collapse
Miami-Dade County, Florida, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava confirmed on Friday that at least four people have died and 159 are still unaccounted for following Thursday’s partial collapse of a 12-story residential building in the South Florida community.
Florida(USA)– Local authorities say that search and rescue efforts are ongoing at the scene, and a police investigation into the collapse is underway. Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency in Miami-Dade County and President Biden also approved an emergency declaration that allows the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency “to coordinate all disaster relief efforts.”
At least 4 are dead and 159 people remain missing after the building’s partial collapse, says Miami-Dade County’s mayor .
? NEW AERIAL VIDEO: Crews are continuing to search for more than 159 people who are unaccounted for Friday in the rubble of the deadly Surfside building collapse. https://t.co/YC8GbCqz7I #surfside #miamibuildingcollapse pic.twitter.com/KUHIe4qcfe
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