behind the A partial collapse of a building occurred in the early hours of Thursday morning in MiamiFlorida, with four deaths confirmed. Ministry of Foreign Relations (Wednesday) reported that No Mexicans were found among those affected.
The secretariat clarified through a statement that among the disappeared, 159 are of different nationalities from Latin America. However, none of them are Mexican.
“Currently, four people have been confirmed dead, 120 are safe, out of those 35 rescued from Burj Al-Amarat and 159 are still missing, some are from Latin American countries such as Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. […] At the moment, there are no Mexicans on the property“, He expressed.
The agency also listed actions it had taken to try to help citizens who might have been affected within the disaster area.
The protection consul personally attended the affected area to cooperate with the provincial authorities He reiterated support for representatives with emergency phone numbers for Mexicans in South Florida (305) 9791534 Providing documentation and protection services. […] He also visited the hotels where the displaced are located and located in buildings adjacent to the scene, in an attempt to get to know the Mexican families.”
Finally, the SRE confirmed that although there are no Mexicans in need of assistance at this time, You’ll be watching what Miami-Dade County authorities say.
So far, no infected citizen has been discovered. I know The official lists are awaited from the authorities concerned with following up on the unfortunate incidentThe document has expired.
At least four people died and 159 . are missing After a partial collapse Thursday, a seafront apartment building in Miami, rescue teams search for potential survivors among the rubble.
Part of the 12-storey building located in the town of Surfsidein North Miami Beach, It collapsed around 01:30 am (local time), causing a large cloud of dust to spread to several streets in the area, according to several witnesses.
The residents of the collapsed part of the building had the most beautiful view directly on the beach and the ocean.
Search teams – firefighters, police and dog units – spent the day trying to find survivors under the rubble, while the crane was removed and a helicopter hovered in the sky.
The rest of the 12-storey building remained the same, some iron balconies were uprooted, but all residents were evacuated for safety and the area was cordoned off.
Residents gathered several blocks away in the community center, which has become a shelter and relief unit. There they are waiting to be transferred, either with relatives, relatives or in hotels that provide rooms. Others are waiting for news from their relatives who live in the building.
Volunteers have brought water, coffee, food baskets, clothes and blankets, and teams from the American Red Cross and emergency services are there to calm them down.
People come and go. Some remain seated, motionless, staring into a void, and others struggle to suppress their crying As of Thursday, more than a thousand people have passed through the community centerexplained Ron Ben Hyun, the 22-year-old volunteer.