Officials: 35 People Rescued From Partial Building Collapse | MSNBC 1

Officials: 35 People Rescued From Partial Building Collapse | MSNBC

 

Chief Raide Jadallah, Assistant Fire Chief of Operations, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue gave an update on search and rescue efforts underway in Surfside, Fl. after a partial building collapse. First responders have pulled 35 residents who were trapped after 55 units in the building collapsed.

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Officials: 35 People Rescued From Partial Building Collapse | MSNBC

39 comments

    1. It doesn’t just need improving the quality and standards need improving. It’s not just this it’s bridges, schools, towers ect.

    1. Unsure exactly, but the structural integrity of the building was compromised, and gravity did the rest. Very sad tho.

    2. Governor Newsom of California is facing a recall election he’s the democrats sweetheart

  1. I’m glad they were able to recuse those people. I’m praying for everyone involved in this!

    1. Not a chance in FLORIDA!
      Question is:
      Who designed the building?
      Who passed the building design?
      Who constructed the building?
      Who PASSED its inspection?
      This STINKS of short cuts and substandard materials!

    2. Wake up….
      That building was brought down

      THEY ALWAY DO SOMTHING TO TAKE OUR ATTENTION AWAY FROM WHAT WE ARE GETTING DONE FOR THE GOOD OF THE AMERCIAN PEOPLE

      THIS WONT BE THE END….

    3. @Debbie Rasmussen
      Wake up
      THAT BUILDING WAS BROUGHT DOWN

      THIS JUST DOSENT HAPPEN ANYMORE
      NOT WITH THE TECHNOLOGY WE HAVE…

      AGAIN THEY ARE TRYING TO TAKE OUR ATTENTION AWAY….

    4. Don’t forget about the city inspectors and the city itself for turning a blind eye during construction.

    1. Don’t forget shrinking aquifer leading to sinkholes.
      Hurricanes and any other tropical crap….
      I’m okay with Earthquakes, an occasional high tide/small tsunami and North Pacific storms…and we have better weather!!

  2. I am glad they were able to rescue 35 people my thoughts are with everyone in the area and the families

  3. Florida agencies need to determine the cause of the collapse right now, especially if there were no warnings. People safety and lives should matter, not just investors.

  4. No doubt this is China fault just imagine how different reporting would be if it happened in China.

    1. Everyone blames Biden or whoever they hate. Most likely rebar compromised by rust leading to structural failure

    1. Governor of California the democrats sweetheart is facing a recall election and msnbc is not talking about it

  5. Looks like the post tension system failed and/or the concrete itself. yep. You heard it here first. sadness. Condemn the whole building. Move everyone out. unfortunate.

    1. According to earlier reports, that building was built decades ago. You may be on to something though as far as the ground sinking below it.

  6. Notice the difference between a REAL disaster and covid 19 coverage.

    Everyone speaking off the cuff, their humanity shining through as opposed to this robotic “lock down or else”, “get the jab or your selfish”, “wear your mask, doctors orders” NARRATIVE.

  7. I HOPE TRUMP SENDS HIS BEST ENGINEERS TO THAT SITE FOR THE TRUTH…

    SOMTHING LIKE THIS JUST DOESN’T HAPPEN…. NOT WITH THE TECHNOLOGY WE HAVE TO DATE

  8. Every breath is a gift from God. Turn to Jesus Christ to be saved because All souls matter to Jesus Christ.

    May God comfort those who are hurting IN JESUS NAME!

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