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Miami building collapse: Possible causes explained by area expert

A condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida, on Thursday morning has left many wondering what caused the massive implosion, which has so far killed one person and left 99 people unaccounted for. Miami-Dade County authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the Champlain Towers South Condo collapse, though an official cause...
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At least 159 missing after partial building collapse near Miami

Building's recertification report was not a red flag for collapse, condo association attorney says. Donna DiMaggio Berger, an attorney for the Champlain Towers condo association, said the board had not been privy to any information that would have foreshadowed Thursday's disaster. The building was undergoing a 40-year recertification process, Berger...
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SWFL doctor aiding in Miami rescues

A Southwest Florida doctor tells FOX 4 he's on the ground in Miami working to save lives and the mementos connected to them.
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Miami building collapse: What happened, and how quickly?

A 12-storey residential building north of Miami has collapsed, trapping people inside. Rescuers are desperately searching for survivors in the rubble. Here's what we know about what happened. It happened really quickly. A large section of Champlain Towers, on the seafront in the town of Surfside, crumbled to the ground...
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Miami condo collapse: death toll rises to four and more than 150 unaccounted for

Rescue workers were on Friday preparing for a second night sifting the wreckage of a collapsed south Florida condominium block, as authorities raised the known death toll to four and announced a further 159 people whose whereabouts remain unknown. A painstaking search of the rubble of the Champlain Towers South...
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Past, present and potential Hurricanes to gather at Miami for Paradise Camp, UM’s marquee recruiting event

Nothing unites the current Miami Hurricanes with legends of the past and the program’s top recruiting targets like UM’s annual Paradise Camp. It serves that purpose even more so than some of the Hurricanes’ biggest college football Saturday showdowns. After a year without Paradise Camp due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Miami’s marquee recruiting event is back on in Coral Gables on Saturday. Since ...
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‘Hopefully they are alive’: Many missing after building collapse are from Latin America

At least 36 people from Latin American nations — including Colombia, Venezuela, Uruguay, Cuba, Chile, Paraguay, Puerto Rico and Argentina — are among those reported missing by friends, officials and family following the partial collapse of a residential building in Surfside on early Thursday morning, highlighting the international reach of the tragedy in a region that serves as a link between the United States and Latin America.
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First Thing: huge rescue operation after Miami building collapse

On Thursday evening a large-scale rescue operation was continuing at the site of a collapsed 12-story apartment block in Surfside, a small oceanfront town just north of Miami Beach. Authorities said at least one person was killed, 10 injured and 99 people unaccounted for. Police have launched a homicide inquiry.
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Miami condo collapse: Residents complained of construction noise, reports say

Residents of the Florida condo complex that collapsed Thursday had previously complained of construction noise that may have resulted from heavy work done to try and ensure the building was ready for its 40-year inspection, according to reports. The Champlain Towers South condo complex was built in 1981 and faced...
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