New video shows firefighters drilling in the basement of the partially-collapsed Florida condo constructing Thursday as half of the continuing seek for survivors.
First responders waded into the flooded underground parking storage of the 12-story constructing in Surfside, Fla., in keeping with footage posted on Twitter by Miami-Dade Hearth Rescue.
The dramatic clip then shows the rescue group drilling right into a concrete wall in an effort to succeed in attainable victims.
The crews have been “coping with heavy injury and altering situations in the parking storage” as they proceed to search for survivors, the tweet stated.
One individual was killed and dozens of others have been trapped when a wing of the Champlain Towers South condo “pancaked” and imploded into an enormous pile of grey rubble at round 1:30 a.m., authorities stated.
A minimum of 35 residents have been rescued and two have been faraway from the rubble, in keeping with fireplace officers.
Almost 100 folks have been nonetheless thought-about lacking on Thursday afternoon.