Rescue Workers Spoke To Woman Trapped Underneath Rubble In Florida Condo Collapse But Unable To Save Her

Credit: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue/ZUMA


A Florida fire chief on Thursday said that emergency workers heard the voice of a woman trapped in the rubble in the hours after last week’s horrific condo collapse – but they were unable to reach her.

Miami-Dade County Chief Alan Cominsky said during a press conference that rescuers heard “audible sounds” from a woman during their initial search underneath the crumbled remains of the 12-story Champlain Towers South condo in Surfside.

“Unfortunately, during our initial search-and-rescue efforts while we were working underneath the structure, the same structure that’s significantly compromised right now, we did hear audible sounds,” he said.

“And they were searching for a female voice, is what we heard, for several hours and eventually, we didn’t hear her voice anymore, and we continued searching,” Cominsky continued.

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