Six persons have been found dead, 35 of whom have been identified from the rumble of the surfside collapsed building.
This was announced by Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava on Thursday during the morning’s media briefing. In total, 200 people have been accounted for and, potentially, 80 are among the unaccounted.
Rescue crews continue to search through the rubble, but now do so without hope of finding anyone alive under the collapsed Champlain Towers South oceanfront condo tower.
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An Alabama doctor is the latest victim that has been identified.
Dr. Gary Cohen, 58, lived in Birmingham, worked there and in Tuscaloosa and was spending the night with his brother, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brad Cohen at Brad’s Champlain Towers South apartment. Brad’s wife and 12-year-old daughter were sleeping in Miami Beach. They were in South Florida visiting Gary and Brad’s father, who lives in Boynton Beach.
Gary Cohen was found Wednesday and has been identified, Miami-Dade police announced Thursday.
Though authorities said search teams now are on a recovery mission