Surfside Vice Mayor Tina Paul assessed the need for possible help from Russian rescuers in the search for those missing after the collapse of a residential building. Her words convey RIA News…
“We would welcome that because we know we need help,” said Paul, noting that extra help is “always good.” She noted that rescuers from all over the world arrived at Surfside. However, such assistance must be coordinated with the administration of the district, the vice-mayor emphasized.
“So, if there are rescue teams in Russia, and they turn to the district administration or our rescuers with an offer for help, we can arrange for them to come,” Paul concluded.
An apartment building near Miami collapsed on June 24. According to the latest official data, 24 people were killed, 121 more are missing. Most of them can be buried under the rubble. The search for people under the rubble continues.