30 Burst results for "Miami Dade Fire Rescue"

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"You ain't yours. Thanks for having me back on the show. how's life. Oh well as busy as you can imagine. It's kinda crazy times it really is and you're still on the east coast aren't you. I'm on the east coast. Yeah i go back and forth between new york and the lovely really crazy state of florida absolutely. Well that's good in the you witness this covert stuff. It's crazy isn't it. it's Certainly very puzzling. And it's incredibly dangerous. Yeah he really is and It's diff- difficult situation for a lot of people you've looked at this anxiety levels all time. High aren't they anxiety levels. Were at eight point. Two percent at the end of two thousand nineteen and the beginning of twenty twenty one up to forty two percent and that's from several different studies. I mean that's a huge jump. Yeah it really is in. So what have you been working on these days. Well i have Two free online support groups for people who have because of long haulers there are people who have long cove it. One is a group for firefighters And it's We're running it through miami dade fire rescue department So any firefighter who has long ovid Trying to work or had to stop work as welcome to reach out to me through the website and the other group is open to the public. It's free on sunday nights It's with the pulmonary wellness foundation. And you know to put it very simply Any chronic illness. But especially this one really plays games with your head and it's very isolating and of course you read all of the different conflicting stories in the media and it doesn't matter which media it is. It seems like every day. There's another study that country something about a couple of days ago. We just offer support and information. Tell me your thoughts about pre cognition. Esp how did you start focusing in on that arena. Well thirty years ago. My first career was in media and journalism. Right and Interestingly and i started to notice that a few days before really big event The newsroom would get really quiet. And you know if you've been to a newsroom. You know the phones are always going and the wire machines are always going and You know you've got satellite feeds coming in from all over the world with All kinds of disasters plane crashes and wars and all of a sudden everything would get really quiet and the phones would stop ringing and somebody would make a joke and like oh. It's too quiet. The news god is going to strike and usually it was in two days. There would be some mega breaking news. Event that would happen A major disaster or Some kind of a of a war event or bombing I remember it got it..

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What's Next at the Site of the Surfside Condo Collapse

Ask Me Another

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

What's Next at the Site of the Surfside Condo Collapse

"At the site of the Surfside condo collapse is shifting as the search for victims officially ends. NPR's Amy held reports, crews are now focused on finding evidence that could shed light on why the building suddenly came down a month ago, the Miami Dade Police Department is taking over classifying the site as a crime scene. Federal engineers have been deployed to gather evidence to determine how and why the building collapsed as residents inside slept nearly three years after major structural damage to the building was flagged. This phase of the investigation is expected to be slow and complex. On Friday, firefighters ended their exhaustive search operation working 12 hour shifts and camping out at the site. Miami Dade Fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky. Well, we just encountered this past 30 days. This represents what we are and who we are. Rescuers searching tons of collapse steel and concrete located 97 people who died One more remains missing. Amy held NPR

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Search for Bodies Concludes at Florida Condo Collapse Site

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Search for Bodies Concludes at Florida Condo Collapse Site

"After a grueling month, search and recovery efforts have ended in Surfside, Florida. That's where a condo building collapsed, killing almost 100 people. The responders have now left, but one expert says a danger persists from member station W. Lrn. Veronica's are ago via reports in a video posted by the Miami Dade Fire Rescue. First responders returned to headquarters and received an applause and hugs from loved ones. Daniella Living cover the mayor of Miami Dade County, greeted them to each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart. You have shown the world what superheroes look like back in Surfside Structural engineer Alan Kill Shimmer is warning officials that a perimeter wall Right by the road, where the building once stood, could also crumble. The town hired him to investigate the buildings collapse. The county says it's

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

"And the Northeast 54 people known dead 86 missing as the search for survivors transitions into a recovery effort. At the sight of that collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida are Jackie Quinn reports. This is so tough on the families and the rescue crews. Miami Dade Fire Rescue assistant chief Rage Adala had to tell victims families the transition from search and rescue to search and recovery. Especially knowing that we have numerous victims that are still trapped in the rubble on W P. L G, he says. The way the condo tower pancaked didn't leave the big voids they were hoping for, and victims they had found showed no signs of surviving the violent collapse. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is confirming the most British troops have left Afghanistan. 20 years after they sent in the military in the war on terror. The U. S military announced this week that 90% of American troops and equipment have left Afghanistan with a drawdown set to finish by late August. The number of Americans filing for unemployment rose slightly last week, even as the economy and the job market appear to be rebounding from the coronavirus recession, the Tampa Bay Lightning one Hockey Stanley Cup, beating Montreal one to nothing last night. This is a P news. The latest on the assassination of Haiti's president. Now, here's our Charles de la Decima. Pope Francis has sent his condolences to Haiti after the killing of the Caribbean countries. Leader Francis called the Wednesday assassination of President Giovanna Moise heinous As well condemning all forms of violence as a means of resolving crises and conflicts. He made the comments in a telegram signed by the Vatican secretary of state The message said Francis was praying for the Haitian people and for the first lady Martine Boise. She was critically injured in the attack at their home, which government officials say was carried out by Merced Aries. Francis has been recovering at a Rome hospital since undergoing surgery on Sunday. I'm Charles de la Decima. American Airlines says it carried nearly three times as many passengers over the July 4th holiday weekend as last year. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an.

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 Crews Give up Hope of Finding Survivors at Collapse Site

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Crews Give up Hope of Finding Survivors at Collapse Site

"The search for victims of the Miami area building collapse has changed from a search and rescue mission to a recovery effort Miami Dade fire rescue assistant chief Rajan dollar had to tell victims families the transition from search and rescue to search and recovery yeah especially knowing that we have numerous victims that are still trapped in the rubble a W. P. L. G. he says the way the condo tower pancaked didn't leave the big voids they were hoping for and victims they had found showed no signs of surviving the violent collapse and we did not get an alert on the K. nine a sensor trip Fortin sound and any visual utilizing our cameras chief Ellen Kaminski says rescuers are sad but still dedicated to handing over remains to families will continue moving forward to try to locate everyone's loved ones there was a moment of silence at the site where journalists were allowed to join clergy and first responders in prayer hi Jackie Quinn

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"An accident is blocking a left lane there. Also on the perimeter. I 2 85 westbound at Georgia 400 Sandy Springs. An accident reported there so Trouble just keeps on coming. Good luck out there, folks. We're looking at temperatures in the low seventies across the metro Atlanta area. Partly cloudy skies at 907. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Leila Fadel in Culver City. Search efforts are ongoing at the site of the building collapsed nearly two weeks ago at a condominium complex in Surfside, Florida 28 bodies have been recovered from the rubble. 117 people are still missing. Jim Engel do is a firefighter from Virginia Beach, now deployed as part of the FEMA response. We reached him yesterday at the site as he supervised those removing the debris. His team asks friends and family members questions about their missing loved ones. Did they typically, you know, sleep at night or where they base sleepers? Do they have Children? Do they have pets and we try to gather as much intelligence about the lifestyle as we can so that when we are breaking down through the rubble We focus on those areas that we predict they are. Hyah! Lerner is a rabbi and licensed social worker in Miami. She's been at the site counseling families of the missing, including one family, who later had the bodies of two loved ones recovered. Someone asked me, you know, what do you do to help them right now? And the thing is, you really can't accept to be there as witness to what's going on. I mean, what can you do? Maggie Castro is with Miami Dade Fire rescue. She's a firefighter and a paramedic and part of her task is briefing the families at the site Every day on the progress of the search effort. She joins me now. Welcome, Maggie. Good morning. Good morning, So I first just want to ask how you and other first responders are holding up. It's been almost two weeks.

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Safety Concerns Halt Rescue Efforts at Condo Collapse Site

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Safety Concerns Halt Rescue Efforts at Condo Collapse Site

"Rescuers temporarily stopped work at the site of that partially collapsed Florida condominium building early this morning the search crews have been on top of that pile of rubble for the past week but they stopped just after two in the morning says Miami Dade fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky figure it does show concerns for building stability the stopping operations was based on the subject matter experts to several onsite structural engineers just two months before the building came down the president of its board wrote a letter to residents saying the structural problems identified in a twenty eighteen inspection had gotten worse major repairs would be costly with bids for the work still pending the building suddenly collapsed last Thursday I'm ready to fall away

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We have commissioner Comiskey now, right from the presser. Good morning, Temporary stopping operations occurred at 0 to 11. Studio additional concerns for building stability. The stopping operations was based on the subject matter. Experts are several on site structural engineers. Concern assesses included. 6 to 12 inches of movement in a large column hanging from the structure that could phone cause damage to the support columns and the soap terrain garage area. Slight movement in a concrete floor slabs on the south side of the structure. Near the north and south corner of the building. Yes, that could cause additional failure of the building. Moving into debris pile the media adjacent to the south side of the structure assessment that come on data point to continued monitoring. This sick man will work with structural engineers and other subject matters. Experts to develop Options for continued rescue operations. Yeah. Thank you, Chief for Spanish, Miami Dade, Fire rescue director of media and public relations. Any government this? W i o d Miami W b G FM HD to force Lauderdale available everywhere with the I. Heart radio oil Now number one for podcasting used radio 6 10 w y o D and I heart radio station. You just heard from Commissioner Comiskey and there were concerns overnight. You had Uh, cracks. Additional cracks are heard by the rescuers and the now that has been investigated. Indeed, additional concerns that the existing structure that you know it could be unstable, and he was describing seventh of what they identified and also those additional considerations that have to be taken into account as this continues. One of the things that you know is easy for any of us that have really no context for the amazing work of these first responders. One of the things that be mindful of is okay, so we're more than a week into this doesn't mean that What's left standing is stable at this point, and then you add into the added dynamic and Governor De Santis touched on this of The tropics. And, of course, you know the five o'clock advisory from the Hurricane Center this morning we have Elsa and then it's kind of like, well that escalated quickly as immediately we were placed into the cone of uncertainty. And right now we're standing down the possibility of tropical storm impact sometime Monday into Tuesday. Okay, We're gonna take you back, live to the pressure on.

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Miami Building Collapse: Two Dead Children Found in Rubble

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Miami Building Collapse: Two Dead Children Found in Rubble

"For the first time in a nearly week long rescue effort the remains of children have been recovered from the collapsed Miami area condo tower the mayor of Miami Dade County visibly moved as she announced the grim find of six more bodies two of these were children H. four and ten adding to the already palpable grief says mayor Daniella Levine compa the loss of our children is too great to bear the difficult search through rubble continues another federal team is coming and crews will build a ramp to allow heavy equipment to come in Miami Dade fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky says it's treacherous for the cruise but they remain motivated it's over two hundred hours but there's a hundred forty five individuals still missing so we'll continue to to move forward and you know do do what we do audio courtesy of WPLG

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is in custody. The victim, 21 years old is now in the hospital. But his injuries, thankfully, are not life threatening. They've identified more remains from the rubble of the collapse. Condo tower in South Florida, says the Miami Dade mayor. Still, nine confirmed dead over 150. Others remain unaccounted for busloads of grieving relatives have been taken to the scene and can ask questions about rescue efforts. Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett. They need to be close to their loved ones. They need to see what's going on first hand because the pain that they're going through suffering the unimaginable sort of desperation to get answers was relieved by that action, and I commend the mayor for that. Lieutenant Abed from ERA with Miami Dade Fire Rescue says this tent city is designed to have every piece of rescue equipment needed at hands reach without relying on the resources of the location that's been impacted. What Because we don't want to be averted on the unit has a team of more than 80. Doctors, Firefighters and paramedics. Also areas to decontaminate rest and eat for those 12 hour shifts as a B C's Lionel Luis Surfside, Florida You're listening to ABC News. K way news radio time is 62. I'm Joel Hill and I 70 is closed in both directions through Glenwood Springs because of a mudslide. Yesterday's mudslide closed the interstate from the afternoon into the evening. The detour was Silverthorne north to Steamboat Springs, west to Craig South to rifle to get you back on to I 70 that detour is going to take an extra 2.5 hours. If you remember last August, the area was burned by the Grizzly Creek fire so heavy rains can almost guarantee mud flowing again, and they want to keep drivers safe. No word yet on how long disclosure will be in place. Scattered showers have.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Rita Foley. 80 news. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue near Miami. The number of people dead is up to four about 160. People are still unaccounted for. After the collapse of an Oceanside condo building. Assistant Miami Dade Fire Rescue chief Rage, Adala says the search continues through the rubble. We are listening for sounds. It's not specifically human sounds. It could be Tapping. It could be steel of, you know, kind of twisting. It could be some of the debris kind of raining down, too. Heavy cranes began removing debris from the pile using large claws. Later today, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shaaban learns his sentence for murder in the death of George Floyd. The sentence could be as high as 30 years, former federal prosecutor David Weinstein was asked what to expect a sentence that's going to be at least at the top end of the guidelines and potentially almost as high as the statutory Max, remember. Although he's been convicted of all three counts, he can only be sentenced on the most severe, which is what carries that statutory Mac. Though Chauvet is widely expected to appeal. He also still faces trial on federal civil rights charges, along with three other fired officers who have yet to have their state trials. Vice President Kamala Harris is making her first trip to the Mexico border. The A P S Alexandra Jaffe report. Terrorists isn't a bit of a no win situation, partly because it's taken so long to visit, but also it's tough to say going down for half a day that it is more than a photo op. She likely won't have any new policies to announce. And that's what a lot of advocates are looking for. Really just depends on how she handles this visit if it's seen as a success and a real reflection that the button administration is taking it seriously. Consumer spending was flat last month while incomes dropped. For a second month as the impact of the government's individual impact payments waned. President Biden is naming a special diplomatic envoy for LGBTQ rights. Jessica Stern, executive director of outright Action. International stocks were mostly higher. This is a P news After 11 years, Conan O'Brien wrapped.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on AP News

"Morning I'm Ed Donahue near Miami. The number of people dead is up to four about 160. People are still unaccounted for. After the collapse of an Oceanside condo building. Assistant Miami Dade Fire Rescue chief Ray Jadallah says the search continues through the rubble. We are listening for sounds. It's not specifically human sounds. It could be Tapping. It could be steel of, you know, kind of twisting. It could be some of the debris kind of raining down, too. Heavy cranes began removing debris from the pile using large claws. Later today, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shaaban learns his sentence for murder in the death of George Floyd. The sentence could be as high as 30 years, former federal prosecutor David Weinstein was asked what to expect a sentence that's going to be at least at the top end of the sidelines and potentially almost as high as the statutory Max remem. Although he's been convicted of all three counts, he can only be sentenced on the most severe, which is what carries that statutory Mac. Though Shobin is widely expected to appeal. He also still faces trial on federal civil rights charges, along with three other fired officers who have yet to have their state trials. Vice President Kamala Harris is making her first trip to the Mexico border. The A P S Alexandra Jaffe report. Terrorists isn't a bit of a no win situation, partly because it's taken so long to visit, but also it's tough to say going down for half a day that it is more than a photo op. She likely won't have any new policy is to announce and that's what a lot of advocates are looking for. Really just depends on how she handles this visit if it's seen as a success and a real reflection that the Biden administration is taking it seriously. Consumer spending was flat last month while incomes dropped. For a second month as the impact of the government's individual impact payments waned. President Biden is naming a special diplomatic envoy for LGBTQ rights. Jessica Stern, executive director of outright Action. International stocks were mostly higher. This is a P news After 11 years, Conan O'Brien wrapped up his TV talk show between NBC and TBS. Conan O'Brien.

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Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:08 min | 11 months ago

Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?

"Mentioned earlier. The very capable. Search teams of miami dade fire rescue will of course work through this night at the scene of that collapse of the high rise oceanfront condo just north of miami beach finding people alive priority number. One also urgent the effort to find out just what it is that brought down not one but two sections of that structure that have stood for decades. Our report tonight from nbc. News correspondent sam brock in the wake of destruction and tragedy. Critical question hangs over this ocean front community and it looks like a bomb went off. How could this have happened. I've never seen a collapse like that. Didn't involve some sort of earthquake. Or something else the champlain. Tower south condo building constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty one is twelve stories high containing one hundred and thirty four units and it began sinking years ago. According to a recent report from florida international university looking at thousands of buildings that particular building identified as buildings that moved Nine hundred ninety s shimon veto vince. Ski says in the nineties. The building was sinking two millimeters a year. Though it's unclear if that continued or contributed to today's collapse officials say work on the building's roof has been ongoing in would've likely involved in inspection and a permit. Structural inspections are also required. After forty years. A big question will be. Why did the structure stand for forty years and then fall this morning to answer that. The american society of civil engineers glen bell says. Investigators will examine samples of slab in concrete from the debris. What's in the rubble could be inciteful to investigators. The way it's piled up way that the pieces are broken can tell you a lot of to the train. Die about how the failure initiated where it might have initiated contractor. Greg schlesinger has worked on other complexes in the area. There are two items here. Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Miami Dade Fire Rescue assistant chief Rage Adala says the focus of the rescue operation has changed direction. What we've determined was that All the resources needed to shift underneath the rubble. There's a parking garage that's beneath the building. That's given us better access their hearing sonar sounds as well from potential victims, technical rescue, an urban search and rescue teams doing a delicate dance as they comb through the rubble. Highly trained dogs are going through the rubble, searching for signs of life if there is an indication of a larger search began using microphones and possibly cameras. Miami Dade Fire rescue Maggie Castro says additional crews are working on the building that is still standing. We're working on stabilizing that building, stabilizing the pile of to go along, removing debris that is safe to be removed, so it's a time consuming process, but it's a process and we're going to continue for as long as it takes. She stresses there in complete rescue mode at this time, and the only thing that will stop the search is lightning. Erica Rodriguez News Radio's extend Wi O D. A report says the collapsed high rise condo was determined to be unstable A year ago, USA Today says a Florida International University researcher determined it had been sinking at an alarming rate for decades. The building was constructed in 1981 on reclaimed wetlands. The researcher tells the paper he cannot say with any certainty about what caused the collapse of the building. The paper also reports attended lawsuit was filed in 2015, claiming building management failed to maintain an outside wall, resulting in water damage and cracks. The Red Cross is already providing assistance for the survivors. Sierra Campbell says trained volunteers are stationed at the family reception centre, offering food and Mental health support as well as helping victims find temporary housing. We're here to help and I know this has just been devastating. For many, Um you can see it on their faces. And so we're here to help as long as they may need our help, she says, will continue to coordinate with local officials and partners. Victims who need help can call 1 800 Red Cross. Good day on Wall Street. Everything ended the day sharply higher with the Dow Up almost 1% 323 points closed at 1 34,096. NASDAQ up two thirds of 1% or 98 points S and P 500 added 25 points on the day. 604 another update coming up at 6 30. Glenn Beck is next. After we check whether I'm Al Lewis News radio 6 10 w i o D. Celebrate our summer sales event with fewer were interested in zero.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Children. I'm just asking God because they're in the affected area is unbelievable. Everything comes to your mind as a positive things. She is like so many others who are hoping for a miracle. 102 people have been accounted for Rage. Adala is Miami Dade Fire Rescue assistant chief. We have teams of firefighters constantly making cuts, reaches and placing sonar devices search camps to locate victims. CBS's Medway Bohorquez is at the scene in the city of Surfside. They say they will keep searching here. And that it could take up to a week before they're able to sift through all of the rubble that's left behind CBS News Special Report. I'm at Piper and a well known Atlanta lawyer is headed to that search and rescue scene in her capacity as a mother, Atlanta attorney Esther Panitch booked the first flight possible to Miami after learning about the collapse of the Champlain Plaza tower that adjoins her daughter. Miriam's. I just need to hug her panic tells me that at some 51 people missing, they know five of them, including one of Miriam's Ben. Best friends. Her best friend's boyfriend and relatives of another friend. Panitch says she's feeling a mixture of gratitude that her daughter is physically safe and heart Brokenness over the mystery of the missing Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB 79 degrees on Peachtree Street at 601, Channel two Action News meteorologist Brad Nixon for Kirk Mellish has our five day forecast coming Triple team traffic Now first Doug Turnbull haven't been a lot of crashes, blocking lanes necessarily Just a ton of people out traveling that accounts for about the kids that a delay each way on. I 75 now for Henry County. Try to.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Emergency order. The governor has on his desk, his emergency order, and with that we will get the support from the federal agency FEMA. The president has already pledged his federal support if there are survivors of the Surfside building collapsed. Miami Dade's urban search and rescue and technical rescue teams will find but completely 100% rescue mode. Miami Dade Fire Rescue's Maggie Castro says highly trained dogs are on the scene. We're gonna run them over the pile multiple times. And any time that any of the dogs alert on any of the areas of the pile. We will conduct a bigger search in that area That includes sending sensitive microphones or cameras through a hole looking for signs of life. And while bad weather will impact the crew, it won't stop them and the search will continue. As long as there is a chance there are still survivors. Air, Caradhras says News radio's extend Wi O D. Red Cross is already providing assistance for the survivors of the collapse. Sierra Campbell says trained volunteers are stationed at the family reception area, offering food and mental health support and helping victims find temporary places to stay. We're here to help and I know this has just been Devastating For many, you can see it on their faces. And so we're here to help as long as they may need our help. They will continue to coordinate with local officials and partners. Victims who need help can call 1 800 Red Cross and that family reunification center is up and running for anyone looking for unaccounted for, or missing relatives. It's at 93 01 Collins Avenue, and they've got a hotline set up as well, 3056141819 some records set on Wall Street. Let's get the details from Bloomberg's Motor. Rivera's may become affordable again that, according to Cox Automotive, which says that wholesale prices have topped out and retail.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Live from the Annex Wealth Management Studios at Radio City. Here's Jeanne Miller. Any word that the news conference that we have been promised out of Miami did is just starting now. Do we want to dip in? Let's do that. Let's join ABC news for this live coverage of that collapse from overnight and about half of those have collapsed. A massive search and rescue is underway and we know that we're going to do everything we can possibly do to identify and rescue those who have been trapped in the rubble. Uh Miami Dade Fire Rescue is leading the efforts and they have been on the scene since the early morning and they're doing an amazing job. Thank you so much to our brave brave fire, rescue, uh, workers. They have years of experience in this type of operation and they are doing everything they possibly can do, so we need to allow them to do their work. Very important. We need to allow them to do their work. Because every minute in this search can make a huge difference. We've set up a family reunification hotline for those who are trying to get information about their loved ones called 3056 14 18 19 6 14 18 19. Or you can go to Miami. J dot gov slash emergency to report online Missing persons or to check in if someone is safe so again, real 56 14 18 19. Chaplains and victim advocates are on site ready to support the survivors and family members who will be need of resources are social service agencies as well. This.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"If you've seen them online. No word on injuries. Miami Dade Fire Rescue confirms It's all units are there will keep you updated as we get more information. We do have one update. We know at least one person was killed. And in that collapse, I'm just looking it up now, so hopefully that number doesn't continue to climb. I'm sure that will, But let's hope for the best very sad. Vice President Kamala Harris will be traveling to El Paso tomorrow to get a firsthand look at the migrant situation at the southern border. Since President Biden took office. There's been a dramatic increase in illegal migrant crossings. Republicans point to the Biden administration, reversing the border policies of his predecessor, former President Trump Back In March, President Biden tapped the vice president to lead his administration's effort in addressing the challenge. The vice president has focused on the root causes of migration recently traveling to Northern Triangle countries in the hopes of improving diplomacy. And conditions for those attempting to migrate to the US in Washington. I'm Kevin Corke, Fox News President. Biden made remarks yesterday to address his administration's strategy to combat gun violence in America amid a recent surge in crime, which he believes is partly due to the coronavirus pandemic. He says gun dealers will lose their licenses if they fail to comply with delivering on background checks and that legal gun owners aren't being targeted with the administration's push to deal with gun crime. Stop proliferation of ghosts. Guns as we announced back in April with the attorney general, and we need to support the development of smart gun technologies. This doesn't affect responsible gun owners. Our Second Amendment rights. It helps keep guns out of the hands of people who shouldn't happen in the first place. Abidin administration is calling for Congress to help with the crackdown on gun trafficking in major cities and to help local officials prosecute gun crimes across state lines. Bipartisan negotiations on an infrastructure bill continued yesterday on Capitol Hill, and the compromise is expected to be presented to the president today, Senator Chuck Grassley joined your world with Neil Cavuto to discuss the negotiate. So I think an easy solution is repurposed.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I heard radio station. Your news starts right now. Good afternoon cloudy showers around some thunderstorms as well. I'm Al Lewis that is causing some problems on the roadways. Let's get the latest from Reno Grant in the Australia Insurance Traffic Center. Brain continuing in downtown Miami. A crash south on 95 South West, 7th and 8th streets blocking two right lanes. Only a single left line getting by and delays heavy from the 8 36 this report the service of Valvoline Instant oil change getting on the road sign for probably an instant oil change. All have to stay in your car. Contact oil change in about 15 minutes. Go to get your oil change dot com to save up to 50% on your purchase today. Reno Grant news Radio 6 10. W i o D watching 16 Doppler radar looks like some of the heavier showers have now pushed offshore, although there's more behind it at the moment. 74 degrees in Miami Lakes. It's 73 in sunrise at 401, the heavy rain having lingering effects on South Florida, with the streets flooded, making the commute a nightmare for some Miami Dade Fire Rescue America. Benitez can't say it enough. Don't driver walk in deep water and be careful when dealing with electricity do not touch electrical equipment. If it's wet, or if you're standing in water. She also recommends making sure gutters and drains or debris free so they do not overflow. A pair of lightning strikes as storms raged across south Florida. In one incident, F. H P s as a car traveling along Alligator Alley was struck near mile marker 31. Officials say lightning hit the car's antenna. No injuries reported their second incident happening has two people working for the Pompano Beach Public Works department were so close to a strike they needed to be transported to Broward Health North out of an abundance of caution, neither of them Reported to be injured. We've got Tropical depression number two formed off the Carolina Coast National Hurricane Center says it poses.

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Rpc dot org's slash phoenix executive director of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council Shawn Sullivan, Sean, Thank you so much for your time. We appreciate it. Ryan. Thank you very much, All right, coming up. Next. I've got all the latest on the arrest of former White House adviser and Trump campaign manager Steve Bannon. Also, the Senate Intelligence Committee released their final bipartisan report on Russia in the 2016 election will step through that and the latest on the investigation into the investigators. The Durham investigation moments away on PM Tampa Bay. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio Wofl, A tropical storm Laura, with maximum sustained winds of 45 MPH, is about 45 miles east of Antigua, and moving lasted 17 MPH. The latest forecast track from the Hurricane center shows the system has shifted West moved further south and farther west away from Florida, leaving only the lower Florida Keys. In the cone of concern. There's been an uptick in Florida's unemployment rate unemployment rate in July. 20 was 11.3%. This represented 1,125,100 jobless individuals Adrian Johnston at the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The search continues for a missing 57 year old paddle border, Miami Dade Fire Rescue and Coast Guard crews searching the waters off Key Biscayne while the pedal border hasn't been spotted and abandoned. Paddle board has been recovered with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad before the central Credit Union home wounds traffic..

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"W. Y o D. 11 20 welcome back to the show on this Friday and Natalie Rodriguez and a Friday it's It's a lot of good stuff going on, or is it What are you doing? Well, right now we actually have breaking news, Brian. There's a search underway for a missing paddle border and just got a glimpse of of the chopper and the Miami Dade Fire Rescue and Coast Guard crews that are currently searching the waters off Key Biscayne. We don't know anything about this Missing path area. Cattle border, but we're hoping for the best here. All right. Well, that is listen, then. Good news, for sure. All right? Will As we rebound from actually don't even after rebound, because, frankly, this next story kind of get lends itself that way. You don't want to be a sabre. You know, Ah, cyberthieves target and all the times. You might think that you're doing something that's responsible to try to avoid being scammed in when he might actually be fallen into the trap. Like, for example. Once describing could simply trying to unsubscribe. Some spam. Something that gets you into trouble. We're here to tell us. Some of the latest trends I want to look out for is Kevin Campbell, a cybersecurity expert with Senate e dot com that Senate e data Ah, and you may fall at sanity Data on Twitter. All right, Kevin. So the unsubscribe button, A lot of people are using that in their various ways. Yeah, especially right now, With the political season we're in. We're all getting deluged with messages from thee from the different campaigns. And and most of us find that really annoying, So the first thing we do is reach to the unsubscribe button. Problem is, the thieves have gotten smart and basically of used the the unsubscribe button to capture your credentials. Um, so they're not supposed to do that. But the easiest thing to do is what I'm telling people right now, especially with all the political Stuff that's coming out there to be careful with is Tio. Just block it instead of uncle describing, Just block it with your email subscriber. And you know it'll either the verdict junk or just block it all together. And then a lot of the email subscriptions have AH, I have an option to report the service report the email, and then they update their filters. Tio keep those emails out. Well, that is a great tech way and certainly appreciated you said something else. That was instructive. We know that so many of these emails, spammers have become clever, often emulating legitimate businesses and the like. In this case, it sounds like they're actually emulating some of the campaigns, so that's taking place as well. Yes, Absolutely. There's numerous incidents of that because they know that you're expecting or you know the average campaign sending out 11. Different emails today and it isn't just emails. Actually, though, they've got you usedto wanting Tio unsubscribe but also wantto tell your listeners to be wary of text messages. And social media also because there's using those Tio capture your credentials to begin on text, uh, block a phone number that it came from, Um, and that'll stop it. We can expect to see as we get closer to November, a huge update in the number of attacks. It's cheap and it's Maur effective because we're not aware of it. Similar social media, Facebook, Twitter instagram all the life. Yeah, I know exactly. You're talking back about my mother in law fell for one. The tea emulated texts. A few weeks ago, we had to deal with that. So on that note ISAT true that if you did not originate a text, and they include a link, you should just not click it. That's correct. You should just go block the phone number. Don't quick. It blocked phone number, so you don't get another one because they'll keep coming at you, but absolutely do not cook it and Kevin on that note about blocking numbers. There was one question I have. We know that some of the scammers have been able to emulate numbers, making it look like it's coming from somebody that maybe they've been in your contact list. But Not from a number that's associated with them. Is there a risk of blocking what otherwise would be a legitimate numbers? Because you have a scammer that's emulating that number. Um, usually I have not heard of that happening very frequently. A cz long as you make sure that the name comes with the number is actually matching the number. Right. So be careful of where it might be a name of somebody you recognize, But the number isn't And I know that pain to have to double check that. But same thing with emails made sure the name that appears is the same that the email that you know of that person. It's unlikely that they get both of them, right. Thank you very much for the information and there's there's some really actionable takeaways. It really is appreciated. Thanks. My pleasure. Kevin Campbell. He is cyber security experts with sanity data and you may fall on Twitter at 70 Data or the website is sanity and it's s y n d i dot com. All right. So just to give you a heads up again on the latest deal, open O'clock advisor and Tropical Storm Laura the news was good for us. Our friends in Puerto Rico. Let's hope the power holds up again. It looks like they're going to get tagged by tropical storm talking about wins going in there about 45 50 miles an hour in Puerto Rico, But we're now talking about The storm tracking much further south than say, this time yesterday when we first had the depression that produced a cone from the hurricane center, so at this point to give you an idea if you are Homestead South You're still in the cone. If you're north of home, said you are not in the cone anymore. So obviously most of South Florida is out of the woods. And, in fact, the change even over the five o'clock advisory from the hurricane Center this morning, so much more favorable in that regard that even our friends and the keys at this point are not facing a landfall with the center part of the the path. Coarser in the cone, but rather than a landfall through the lower keys as it potentially a Category one hurricane. Now, Hurricane center's current projected path would have it passing as a tropical storm south of Key West, then potentially becoming an issue for the Western Panhandle. By mid week next week. So if team tracked, the progress will take the good news where we can get it..

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Terrorist last night. Now no officers were hit by the gunfire. They did return fire, but the suspect got away and is still on the run. The same company that bungled Florida's unemployment system just won a new state contract for $110 million. Deloitte Consulting beat out for other companies for a contractor Update Florida's Medicaid program. Deloitte Design. Florida's $78 million connect unemployment system, and it is the target of a statewide investigation. The unemployment system has been overwhelmed since the pandemic began. Disney is being sued by a North Carolina grandma, who was arrested outside the Magic kingdom when she was caught with cannabis oil. This case shows there a civil rights violation can even Happened at the so called happiest place on Earth Today, 69 year Oh grandmother, Civil rights Attorney Benjamin Crump represents Hester Burkhalter and her family. She says she was strip searched and held in jail for 12 hours after she was caught with the CBD oil while entering the theme park. Our family never got to go on their dream vacation. Criminal charges were dropped soon after last year's arrest. Six people have been hurt in a workplace accident in Miami Dade Fire Rescue says Ah, bundle of rebar fell onto six construction workers in Brickell, two workers were impaled. All taking the hospitals with injuries described as serious or critical. Investigators believe the Rebar fell when a crane lifting it malfunctioned. About.

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Dozens of Miami-Dade FFs Tackle Junkyard Blaze

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Dozens of Miami-Dade FFs Tackle Junkyard Blaze

"The flames broke out among piles of junk vehicles at the facility along northwest 22nd Avenue, giving firefighters or run for their money. Accessibility is definitely one of the issues. Typically, junk yards are pretty secure, and they have limited means of of ingress and egress, so accessibility to the cars themselves is difficult. Maggie Castro with Miami Dade Fire Rescue says firefighters are working on putting out some hot spots. Nobody is reported hurt. United Airlines officials say they've reached an agreement

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"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"miami dade fire rescue" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"151 167. We just hired plus the money that we got from day we're going to hire 450 additional contact tracing Dr Paul attach. He is director of the Florida Department of Health and Broward and says Tracing is just one piece of the puzzle. People have to do their part by wearing masks and social distancing. Broward's hospitals are all nearing capacity with I C u beds. Broward Health Still us, about 30 Open memorial health says It's using tents and can create field hospitals if needed, but it's running low on nurses, so they are recruiting them to come here. President Trump is taking a tour of the US Southern Command in Doral today as he reviews the advance of the counter narcotics operation in the Caribbean, resulting in more than $1 billion in seizures. Jim Carroll, director of the National Drug Control Policy, says Has been a surge in illegal activity since March. Traffickers are trying to take advantage of this camp down there moving massive loads through the border there thinking they are able to get it through down there. You know that our attention has been devoted. Trump is also focusing on raising campaign cash while in South Florida after his Southcom Tory's holding a fund raiser in Hillsboro Beach that reportedly cost over half a $1,000,000 per table. Firefighters appear to be getting the upper hand on a junk yard fire in Opa locka. The flames broke out among piles of junk vehicles of the facility along northwest 22nd Avenue. Giving firefighters a run for their money. Accessibility is definitely one of the issues. Typically, junk yards are pretty secure, and they have limited means of ingress and egress, so accessibility to the cars themselves is difficult. Maggie Castro with Miami Dade Fire Rescue says firefighters are working on putting out hot.

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Miami - Pilot Injured In Coconut Creek Helicopter Crash

Glenn Beck

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Miami - Pilot Injured In Coconut Creek Helicopter Crash

"Crews rescue a pilot from a helicopter crash in coconut creek the downed chopper in a wooded area off the turnpike by trade winds park Miami Dade fire rescue lowered a basket from a helicopter to raise the victim from the densely wooded area they were able to help us do that the pilot was removed from there and they take into another landing zone not far from here and then that's when BSO the Broward county sheriff's office took over coconut creek police spokesman Scott Leamon says there was some construction work in the area under way the pilot was the only person on board suffered non life threatening

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Miami International Airport to conduct emergency preparedness drill

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Miami International Airport to conduct emergency preparedness drill

"And it may look real but Miami International Airport officials want you to know it's only a drill this morning they Miami Dade fire rescue and federal emergency response agencies are conducting a full scale airport emergency exercise on the airfield the Federal Aviation Administration mandates these test every three years to evaluate the airport's emergency plan and its ability to respond to

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Broward Declares Cold Weather Emergency, Open Shelters Tuesday

The Sean Hannity Show

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Broward Declares Cold Weather Emergency, Open Shelters Tuesday

"Forecast calls for frigid weather by South Florida standards are before your race for the thermostat and crank up the heat all windows and let the unit run prior to the arrival of a cold front Erica Benitez with Miami Dade fire rescue has some more definite don'ts never use your oven to heat your home also never use charcoal grills are eighty fuel burning devices indoors as these can produce dangerous levels of carbon monoxide temperatures are expected to dip in the lower and middle forties by wake up time on Wednesday and with the cold weather coming Broward county is declaring a cold weather emergency takes effect at six this evening run through ten AM tomorrow shelters will open at fort Lauderdale salvation army fourteen forty five was proper Boulevard and Broward outreach center in Hollywood there's a pick up location and pop it'll be checked Martin Luther king Boulevard in Dixie

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Firefighters Battle Massive Blaze at NW Miami-Dade Oil Recycling Business

The Sean Hannity Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Firefighters Battle Massive Blaze at NW Miami-Dade Oil Recycling Business

"Miami Dade fire rescue crews responded to a massive fire ripping early this morning in a derailed oil company the flames quickly spread from an oil tanker trucks in nearby areas when we Dade fire rescue screeched in Miller says they needed the help of crews and equipment at Miami International Airport on unit is a specialized unit station and the airport that's made to put out these kinds of fire with petroleum products no one was hurt the cause of the blaze of the MC used oil Corp is under

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A new story from The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

A new story from The Sean Hannity Show

"Miami Dade fire rescue crews responded to a massive fire ripping early this morning in a derailed oil company the flames quickly spread from an oil tanker trucks in nearby areas when we Dade fire rescue screeched in Miller says they needed the help of crews and equipment at Miami International Airport on unit is a specialized unit station and the airport that's made to put out these kinds of fire with petroleum products no one was hurt the cause of the blaze of the MC used oil Corp is under

Crews extinguish oil tanker fire at NW Miami-Dade refinery

Brian Mudd

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Crews extinguish oil tanker fire at NW Miami-Dade refinery

"So Miami Dade fire rescue crews they're cautiously optimistic that they've put out that massive oil refinery fire that erupted this morning and a drought oil company police and fire crews are still out there and the roads are still closed as the investigation gets underway at the M. C. used oil corporation so pretty pretty big fire lots

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