Four of the five victims killed in the Florida collapse have been identified


Miami Condominium Collapse Rescue

Members of the South Florida Urban Search and Rescue Team look for potential survivors at the partially collapsed 12-story Champlain Towers South Condo Building on June 26, 2021 in Surfside, Florida. Joe Ladle / Getty Images

  • Three more victims were identified who died when a Florida building collapsed.

  • Four of the five victims have been identified, and 156 have not yet been described.

  • Confirmed are Stacie Fang (54 years old), Antonio Lozano (83 years old), Gladys Lozano (79 years old), and Manuel LaFont (54 years old).

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Four of the five people killed when a condominium building in Surfside, Florida collapsed early Thursday were identified.

Mayor Daniella Levine Cava of Miami-Dade County said at a press conference on Saturday that 156 people were still unexplained.

On Friday, the Miami-Dade County Medical Inspector’s Office identified Stacy Fang (54 years old) as one of the four victims of the time He died Thursday morning after the collapse of the Champlain Towers South Building.

Fang was the first identified victim. She died at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center about two hours after the collapse.

Fang’s 15-year-old son was pulled out of the rubble and survived.

On Saturday, police found the body of another individual.They also identified 3 other victims: Antonio Lozano, 83, Gladys Lozano, 79, and Manuel LaFont, 54.

Sergio Rosano, son of Gladys and Antonio Rosano, told a local news station in Miami. WTVJ The official took his DNA to help identify what was not explained. He was later called to find the bodies of his parents.

“It’s tragic, but I’m strangely worried that I have peace, knowing that they constantly argue about who will pass first,” said Brian Rosano. ABC news In the statement. “But in the end … they got what they wanted. Each other.”

He tells ABC that his parents are “enthusiastic donors” and “always provide people in need or with a smile on someone’s face. Their souls are really beautiful and are now blessed. “.

Houston Local News Station KPRC LaFont is from Houston and the family reported that he described him as a loving father and a kind-hearted person. They told the outlet that another young man from Houston was staying in Lafont when the building collapsed.

“When I saw [the wreckage], I almost died.Those walls also felt like they had fallen to me, “said Adriana, Lafont’s ex-wife. USA Today, When he was missing.

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