At least 4 Canadians ‘may be affected’ by Miami condo building collapse, GAC says – National

At least 4 Canadian residents might have been “affected” by the collapse of a residential condominium in Miami early on June 24, in line with Global Affairs Canada.

In an announcement despatched Friday night to Global News, the division stated that Canadian consular officers have been in touch with native authorities to collect extra data, in addition to with the “affected families.”

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The division didn’t specify whether or not any of the affected Canadians have been injured or killed within the building’s collapse, and stated that no additional data might be disclosed due to the Privacy Act.

Close to 160 individuals are nonetheless unaccounted for and at least 4 have been confirmed useless after the seaside 12-story Champlain Towers South collapsed within the Miami suburb of Surfside.

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A earlier assertion from GAC confirmed they’d obtained a number of experiences of Canadians being affected, however didn’t specify what number of.

Officials in Miami stated that they don’t know but know precisely what number of residents or guests there have been within the condo when it collapsed, however that they have been looking for 159 those that have been thought of unaccounted for.

The trigger behind the collapse has not but been decided, however Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stated a “definitive answer” would be wanted quickly.

With recordsdata from the Associated Press

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