November 28, 2021

Here’s where search and rescue efforts stand 5 days since Surfside condo collapse

The confirmed death toll from a tragic condo building collapse in Surfside, Florida rose to 10 people Monday. More than 150 others are still missing. While rescue teams have been searching the rubble for the better part of five days, hope is fading for many of the families gathered by the site of the collapse. Amna Nawaz is joined by Mayor Gabriel Groisman of Bal Harbour, Fla., with the latest.

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