"In order to figure out what happened, there is a lot of information we need to get," Forensic engineer Allyn Kilsheimer said.
Newly uncovered documents suggest that the recently collapsed condo in Surfside, Florida, has faced structural concerns for over two decades.
Police were forced to block traffic on Tuesday due to people rallying in support of Cuban protesters marching on the Palmetto Expressway.
Nearly 300 people were told to leave Crestview Towers on Friday and taken to the county fairgrounds as temporary shelter.
"Our sole responsibility at this point is to bring closure," Miami-Dade Assistant Fire Chief Raide Jadallah said as relatives cried in the background.
Arrangements have been made for her to be taken to Baptist hospital for treatment. Officials say her vitals are stable but critical.
More than 40 people have been confirmed dead after the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. About 100 people are still unaccounted for.
The death toll climbed to 32 as first responders searched the condo's wreckage for a 13th day, hindered by wind and rain as Tropical Storm Elsa touched down.
Surfside, Florida, officials are examining the structural integrity of the Champlain Towers North building because it was built by the same developer and used the same plans as the collapsed condo.
Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to hit Florida's west coast on Tuesday after causing devastation in the Caribbean.
Stacey Karron, a paralegal from Broward County, made an 11th hour request for permission to search the partially collapsed Champlain Towers South on Sunday.
The condo complex was demolished amid fears that winds of up to 60 miles per hour caused by Tropical Storm Elsa could lead to further collapse of the building.
The incident adds to a growing set of obstacles that rescue teams have already faced, including the dangerous task of sifting through piles of broken concrete and steel, as well as inclement weather, spontaneous fires, and the threat of Hurricane Elsa.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Friday that the top priority right now "remains search and rescue."
Some names were removed after officials discovered both English and Hebrew names were reported for the same person.
The death toll reaches 20 as two more are found dead at the site of a collapsed condominium building in the Miami area.
"Some of them don't have insurance, and they've lost everything they worked all their lives for," said Michael Capponi, president of Global Empowerment Mission.
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A week on, rescue experts compare the search to life and death "Jenga." But, they tell Newsweek, that there is still hope.
Colonel Golan Vach, the leader of an Israeli search and rescue unit, said their "core mission" is to return loved ones to their families, whether they're alive or not.
"These numbers are very fluid and they will change," Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said on Monday.
A survivor of the collapse is seeking unspecified monetary compensation.
Nichole Notte and her K-9 Dig have been working 16-hour shifts since Thursday as they trawl through debris searching for survivors.
In a Facebook post, Rabbi Jonathan Berkun, a rabbi at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, wrote, "The suffering in Miami is of biblical proportions. The waiting, not knowing, hoping and praying is torturous."
At least four people have been reported dead and 159 remain missing after the building partially collapsed before dawn on Thursday.
A report from 2018 indicated the collapsed building in Surfside had "major structural damage" that needed repairs.
While speaking with Newsweek, Wagner said it does not seem like the building took any "corrective action" to fix the issues in the woman's unit "because the corrosion continued."
A video posted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shows firefighters walking through knee-deep water in the basement parking garage of the collapsed Champlain Tower.
The 12-storey beachfront condo in the Florida town of Surfside, six miles from Miami Beach, collapsed early on Thursday morning.
Some 159 people remain unaccounted for following the partial collapse of Champlain Tower South on Thursday.