In the early hours of June 24 local time, a 12 story apartment building in Miami, Florida, collapsed in part. 55 of the 136 houses were damaged in the collapse, causing heavy casualties. However, the slow and inefficient rescue work was questioned and criticized by all parties.
On July 7 local time, assistant director of the Miami Dade County Fire and rescue team, jadala, announced that,The search and rescue operation stopped in the afternoon of the same day, and the focus of work will turn to the restoration and reconstruction of the ruins.
The FEMA search and rescue team has also agreed to the decision.
As of the evening of the 7th,The death toll rose to 54, while 86 people are still missing.
Jadara pointed out that,Based on the existing facts, the survival probability of the missing in the ruins is zero.
Next, the staff will remove the rescue dogs and monitoring equipment, but will continue to search for the remains of the missing person.
The transition from relief to reconstruction is a very difficult decision.
According to the US media,One hour after the collapse, no survivors have been rescuedOnly one woman's voice was heard on the morning of the first day, but rescue workers were unable to contact her, and no one's voice has been heard since.
In the rescue process, the rescue workers have twice suspended the search and rescue operations because of the safety factors of the rest of the building.
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