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Here’s What We Know About The Surfside Collapse: All Victims Identified More Than A Month After Tragedy

View of the partial building collapse of the Champlain Towers in Surfside
Daniel Rivero
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WLRN News
View of the partial building collapse of the Champlain Towers in Surfside

Recovery efforts have ended in Surfside after the partial collapse of a 12-story condominium building on June 24, officials have confirmed that 98 people died and all 98 of those people have been identified by officials.

Dozens were rescued from the rubble of what was Champlain Towers South, more than 242 people have been accounted for.

The remains of the 136-unit building were demolished on the evening of July 4. As of July 8, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced that the search-and-rescue mission shifted to recovery. By the week of July 19, recovery efforts ended at the site.

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Who are the victims that have been identified?

Miami-Dade police have identified the following deceased victims of the collapse:

Stacie Fang, 54
Antonio Lozano, 83
Gladys Lozano, 79
Manuel LaFont, 54
Leon Oliwkowicz, 80
Luis Bermudez, 26
Anna Ortiz, 46
Christina Beatriz Elvira, 74
Marcus Joseph Guara, 52
Frank Kleiman, 55
Michael David Altman, 50
Hilda Noriega, 92
Lucia Guara, 10
Emma Guara, 4
Anaely Rodriguez, 42
Andreas Giannitsopoulos, 21
Magaly Elena Delgado, 80
Bonnie Epstein, 56
Claudio Bonnefoy, 85
Maria Obias-Bonnefoy, 69
Graciela Cattarossi, 48
Gonzalo Torre, 81
David Epstein, 58
Ingrid Ainsworth, 66
Tzvi Ainsworth, 68
Nancy Kress Levin, 76
Jay Kleiman, 52
Francis Fernandez, 67
Graciela Cattarossi, 86
Gino Cattarossi, 89
Simon Segal, 80
Elaine Lia Sabino, 71
Gary Cohen, 58
Juan Alberto Mora Jr., 32
Andrea Cattarossi, 56
Ruslan Manashirov, 36
Harold Rosenberg, 52
Gloria Machado, 71
Benny Weisz, 31
Angela Velasquez, 60
Ilan Naibryf, 21
Leidy Vanessa Luna Villalba, 23
Nicole Langesfeld, 26
Miguel Pazos, 55
Richard Rovirosa, 60
Oresme Gil Guerra, 60
Ana Mora, 70
Elena Chavez, 87
Elena Blasser, 64
Marina Restrepo Azen, 76
Maria Gabriela Camou Font, 64
Julio Cesar Velasquez, 66
Lorenzo De Oliveira Leone, 5
Alfredo Leone, 48
Maria Torre, 76
Richard Agustine, 77
Luis Sadovnic, 28
Edgar Gonzalez, 42
Alexia Maria Pettengill Lopez Moreira, 9
Anna Sophia Pettengill Lopez Moreira, 6
Lisa Rosenberg, 27
Arnold Notkin, 87
Judith Spiegel, 65
Margarita Vasquez Bello, 68
Cassie Billedeau Stratton, 40
Fabian Nunez, 57
Catalina Gomez Ramirez, 45
Nicole Dawn Doran, 43
Beatriz Rodriguez Guerra, 52
Andres Levine, 26
Moises Rodan Brief, 28
Aishani Gia Patel, 1
Mercedes Fuentes Urgelles, 61
Raymond Urgelles, 61
Luis F. Barth Tobar, 51
Maria Notkin, 81
Valeria Barth, 14
Michelle Anna Pazos, 23
Mihai Radulescu, 82
Rosa Saez, 70
Miguel Leonardo Kaufman, 65
Maria Popa, 79
Brad Cohen, 51
Theresa Velasquez, 36
Anastasiya Gromova, 24
Linda March, 58
Estelle Hedaya, 54

How can I support the victims?

We've created this post with a roundup of organizations and individuals offering support to victims.

READ MORE: 'I Felt The Entire Room Shake.' Partial Building Collapse In Surfside Leaves One Dead, Many Injured

What is traffic like near the scene?

Traffic is still shut down in the area near the collapse on northbound Collins Avenue between 83rd and 90th Streets. Harding Avenue has reopened to north and southbound traffic.

North Beach Oceanside Park reopened to the public Tuesday, July 27, after being closed for more than a month to assist with the recovery efforts at the collapse site.

When did the collapse happen?

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the call at about 1:30 a.m. at the Champlain Towers building, at 8777 Collins Ave., and began search and rescue efforts in tandem with other law enforcement and emergency response agencies.

— The News Service of Florida contributed to this report