Miami condo collapse leaves victims from around the world
The victims of the collapsed Surfside residential building hail from around the world, the Associated Press reports.
The big picture: The residents of the 12-story Champlain Towers South reflected the international makeup of Miami.
Details: Israel is said to believe that up to 20 of the missing residents may have been citizens of that country, per AP.
- 22 people from Argentina, Venezuela, Uruguay and Paraguay remain unaccounted for.
- Search and rescue personnel from Israel and other countries have arrived and are assisting in the rescue and recovery efforts.
In a tweet Friday, Sen. Marco Rubio said that he and local authorities have helped family members from over a "dozen countries" get visas to travel to South Florida.