October 19, 2021

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The end of the search for survivors of a collapsed building in Florida

The end of the search for survivors of a collapsed building in Florida

With deep and deep sorrow I announce to you this afternoon that we have made a very difficult decision to go from rescue and research phase to collection. [des cadavres]Another 86 people are missing, said Daniella Levine Cava.

A round-the-clock search for the past two weeks of a pile of rubble on a 12-storey building on the waterfront in the town of Surfside has left no one but a young man by day. Even since the crash.

Former Montreal among the victims

The first Canadian victim identified in the Surf Side building collapse was a former Montreal resident.

Ingrid (Itty) Ainsworth, 66, along with her husband Tizvi Ainsworth, 68, died in the fall.

Miami-Dade police revealed their identities earlier this week after building workers found their bodies Monday, 11 days later.

Ms Ainsworth, Nee Felling, originally from Montreal, and her husband, from Australia, lived for almost 20 years before they returned to Florida, where most of their family lived. Mrs. Ainsworth still expands the family in Montreal.

With information from the Canadian Press

Mexican and Israeli defenders joined American rescuers in relief efforts in the building’s ruins. The latter part, known as the Champlain Towers South, collapsed in a largely unexplained manner, although the building’s structure appeared to be in dilapidated areas.

The rest of the building, the instability was considered dangerousControlled demolition On Sunday evening, teams will advance on excavated areas that are not yet accessible.

The area was washed away Tuesday by winds and rain caused by a tropical storm Elsa that made landfall Wednesday off the west coast of Florida.

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