Crews on lookout for pets in Florida condo building collapse
MIAMI (AP) — As crews continued to search for victims within the rubble of the collapsed 12-story condominium complex near Miami, officials are reassuring families that that they had done their best to look for their missing cherished pets.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says at least three sweeps have been conducted at a portion of the complex still standing.
But so far, no animals have been found.
A flank of Champlain Tower South remains mostly intact, but officials say they would demolish the remaining structure as soon as Sunday — ahead of incoming Tropical Storm Elsa that could put the building at risk of collapsing on its own.