Florida officials hold briefing on condo building collapse — 7/1/2021

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The death toll in the collapse of a Florida condominium building rose to 18, with 145 people still unaccounted for, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said at a press conference Wednesday afternoon.

Two of the confirmed deaths are children, ages four and ten, according to Levine Cava. Florida officials provide an update on the building collapse near Miami Beach.

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Florida officials hold briefing on condo building collapse — 7/1/2021

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