Surfside Officials Release Body Cam Video of Florida Building Collapse

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Officials in a Florida town have released body camera footage from the first police officers who responded to a building collapse that left 98 people dead.

The town of Surfside released the three videos on Tuesday.

Officers arrived just minutes after the east side of Champlain Tower South pancaked in the earlier morning hours of June 24.

Each video lasts about 18 minutes. Clouds of dust billow as the officers make their way past the massive wreckage.

The officers can be seen calling for survivors and escorting residents away from the part of the building that was still standing.

Officials are still working to determine the cause of the collapse.

Rescue workers spent about a month searching the site for remains.

Debris was moved to a warehouse near Miami International Airport, where forensic specialist continue to investigate.

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