CBS News reports:
The Mayor of Miami-Dade County ordered an audit of all buildings in the county at the 40-year point and beyond in the wake of the collapse of 12-story building in Surfside. The death toll remains at four, with 159 people unaccounted for. Authorities said another 127 people have been accounted for in the collapse.
On Saturday, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said the search for survivors is being hampered by smoke from a deep fire that’s been burning for some time. Cava says it’s hard to locate the source, and crews are using all tools from foam, water, and infrared to locate the source and minimize the spread of smoke.
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Officials say fire has spread amid the rubble of the collapsed building near Miami where 159 people remain unaccounted for. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said that the flames are deep and firefighters have not been able to find their source. https://t.co/0tazxzt9WM
— The Associated Press (@AP) June 26, 2021