Miami building collapse: Death toll rises as rescuers continue search for survivors

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Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Miami building collapse: Death toll rises as rescuers continue search for survivors” – below is their description.

In the US, rescuers are still trying to locate people in the rubble of the collapsed 12-storey block in Florida. Another body was recovered overnight, raising the official death toll to 10, with more than 150 people still unaccounted for.

The building near Miami collapsed in the early hours of Thursday morning and rescue teams are running out of time to find more survivors.

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