1 dead, 99 unaccounted for in Florida building collapse

1 dead, 99 unaccounted for in Florida building collapse

25/6/2021 3:15:00 AM

1 dead, 99 unaccounted for in Florida building collapse

MIAMI — A high-rise oceanfront apartment block near Miami Beach partially collapsed early Thursday (June 24), killing at least one person and leaving 99 unaccounted for, with fears the toll may rise much higher as rescuers comb through the rubble.

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