Excavators dig through the remains from the Champlain Towers South building on July 9.
Wooden hearts with victims’ names have been put up at the memorial site near the building’s remains.
Nuns from the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church pray at the memorial site on July 7.
A member of a search team moves rubble at the site on July 7. Authorities transitioned from search and rescue to search and recovery after determining “the viability of life in the rubble” was low, Miami-Dade County Fire Chief Alan Cominsky said.
Workers gather for a moment of silence and prayer after it was announced that rescue efforts would transition to a recovery operation.
A member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue hugs victims’ family members and friends at the memorial near the collapsed building.
Crews work at the site of the collapsed building on July 6.
Members of a search-and-rescue team comb through the debris on July 5.
A controlled explosion brings down the unstable remains of the building on July 4.
A woman cries as she watches the rest of Champlain Towers South be demolished.
People watch a cloud of dust form as the rest of the building is demolished.
Karol Casper places a flower on the memorial wall set up near the building.
People stop at a makeshift memorial near the site.
Search-and-rescue personnel work at the site on July 2.
A Coast Guard boat patrols the water ahead of Biden’s visit.
NBA basketball player Udonis Haslem, left, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava arrive to pay their respects at a memorial near the building on June 30.
Search-and-rescue teams look through the rubble of Champlain Towers South on June 29.
People take part in a twilight vigil near the building on June 28.
More than 3 million pounds of concrete have already been removed during the rescue operation, said Miami-Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky.
A woman puts flowers in a barricade as she pays her respects near the building.
Passersby look at photos of missing people.
Workers search through the rubble on June 26.
Eliagne Sanchez and K. Parker lay flowers on the beach near the partially collapsed building.
Smoke rises as rescuers continued to search for survivors on June 26.
People stand near the building on June 25.
Mourners light candles on the beach near the building.
Members of a search-and-rescue team work in the rubble.
People pray together on the beach near the collapsed building.
Firefighters battle a blaze at the collapse site.
People hug June 25 as they wait for news about their relatives at a community center in Surfside.
Rescue personnel search through the building’s rubble on June 25.
Toby Fried holds up a picture of her missing brother, Chaim Rosenberg, outside the Surfside Community Center on June 25.
Rescue workers use a crane to inspect the damage.
Ariana Hevia, center, stands with Sean Wilt near the partially collapsed building on June 25. Hevia’s mother, Cassandra Statton, lives in the building.
Rescue workers arrive to the scene with dogs on June 25.
Faydah Bushnaq, center, is hugged by Maria Fernanda Martinez as they stand on the beach near the building. Bushnaq, who was vacationing in South Florida, stopped to write “pray for their souls” in the sand.
The arm of an earth mover is seen during the search operations.
Rescue personnel work at the site on June 24.
Yube Pettingill talks to the media. Two of her family members were still missing.
This photo was tweeted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue after the building collapsed.
Displaced residents are taken to a nearby hotel in Surfside.
The partial collapse left huge piles of rubble and materials dangling from what remained of the structure.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, at center in the red tie, arrives to speak to the media on June 24. “We still have hope to be able to identify additional survivors,” DeSantis told reporters near the scene. “The state of Florida, we’re offering any assistance that we can.”
Debris dangles from the building on June 24.
People hug at a family reunification center where evacuees were staying in Surfside.
The cause of the collapse wasn’t immediately known.
Jennifer Carr sits with her daughter as they and other evacuees wait for news at the family reunification center in Surfside.
Rescue personnel search through the rubble with dogs.
Police stand guard on the day the building collapsed.
People on the beach look at the building after the partial collapse.
The building was constructed in 1981, according to online Miami-Dade property records.
People lie on cots at the family reunification center in Surfside.
The beachfront community is a few miles north of Miami Beach.
More than 80 rescue units responded to the scene, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said.
Rescue personnel work at the site of the partial collapse.