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Surfside rescue workers running on ‘pure adrenaline’ to clear site ahead of Hurricane Elsa


Rescue efforts in Surfside, Fla. resumed late Thursday after a 14-hour pause over concerns about the remaining structure. Weather issues like heavy rain also affected work. Hurricane Elsa is on course to reach the Florida coast this weekend. Amna Nawaz discusses the risk with Michael Fagel, former safety and logistics officer after both the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the September 11 attacks.

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