Families cling to hope after Miami-area building collapse | USA TODAY 1

Families cling to hope after Miami-area building collapse | USA TODAY

 

A week after a devastating condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida, families and friends are still praying and hoping for survivors.
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The death toll continues to slowly climb. It was announced that two of the six bodies found in the rubble Wednesday were children, ages 4 and 10. This raises the death toll to 18; 147 people are still missing.

As families grow weary of the wait for news of their loved ones, Tropical Storm Elsa formed overnight, threatening further weather-related delays in the search. Crews are keeping a close eye on the progression of the storm as it moved quickly toward the Caribbean.

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17 comments

  1. This it such a sad, but great moment. lives recovered, but too many lives taken. Rip in those who lost their lives in this tragic accident. For the ones who have been found, I pray for a speedy recovery, and I really hope you can heal mentally from this.

  2. I’m no longer waiting for the stimulus check because I earn $22.000 every 10-12 days recently with miss Kathy wood

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