Monday, July 4

The discovery of another ten bodies brings the dead to 46 in the building that collapsed in Miami



The discovery of another ten bodies in the rubble of the building that collapsed two weeks ago in Surfside, in South Florida, already raises the 46 the number of fatalities recorded so far in the tragedy, while dozens of people are still missing.

Miami-Dade County Deputy Fire Marshal, Raide Jadallah, was the one who told the relatives in a private meeting that the rescue teams had recovered ten more bodies and that there are still more human remains in the place, according to the AP.

Rescue teams, as attributed by this agency to Jadallah, have removed a significant amount of the mountain of rubble and have been able to inspect various areas of the scene.

The work resumed as soon as the rest of the building was demolished in the early hours of Monday, a measure that the authorities decided to accelerate in anticipation that Hurricane Elsa would reach Florida.

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