Rescue teams (10) located in the early hours of Saturday morning said seven more people were injured in the rubble of the South Building at Champline Towers. Dilapidated building on the site, In Florida, United States, End of June. The total death toll has now risen to 86.
This information was confirmed by Miami-Date County Mayor Daniel Levine Cara. Of the 86 people removed so far from the rubble, 62 have been identified, he said. Another 43 are missing.
This is the 17th day of the search for the ruins. This Saturday morning, according to reports from the Miami Herald, a strong storm temporarily disrupted work at the site.
On Friday (9), rescuers found 15 more bodies.
In the midst of the tragedy, the appearance of a cat named Pinks who was found alive on the sixth floor of the ninth floor of the Surside building is good news.
“Pinks, who lived on the ninth floor south of Sampline Towers, was recently spotted near the site and reunited with his family a few hours ago,” said Daniel Levine Kawa, mayor of Miami-Tate County. Florida.
“I am glad that this little miracle can shed some light (…) in the midst of this terrible tragedy,” he added at a news conference.
On Wednesday, rescue workers observed a minute of silence in honor of the victims of the crash (Watch the video below).
Video: Search teams provide a 1-minute silence for victims of the Miami crash
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Among the victims, Sophia Lopez Morera, Brother-in-law of the President Paraguay, Mario Apto Benitez. He and the first woman from Paraguay left for Miami on Friday. In addition to Sofia, her husband, the couple’s three children and the baby’s nanny were in the collapsed building.
The building is placed Dozens of families from different parts of Latin America – Often as a temporary home, at dawn. There are even Among the missing are Brazilians.
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