Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Dead In Building Collapse At Amazon's Warehouse Collapse In Baltimore

Dead In Building Collapse At Amazon's Warehouse Collapse In Baltimore

That caused concrete panels along a 50-foot (15-meter) section of wall to collapse.

The National Weather Service confirmed an EF1 tornado toppled a tractor-trailer on Interstate 95 in Baltimore then struck the Amazon distribution facility with winds as high as 105 mph and then traveled 2.5 miles through Baltimore County.

Baltimore City Fire Department Chief Roman Clark said that a 15m wall collapsed at the facility after a storm descended on the city, according to the Baltimore Sun.

The first person was recovered on Friday night and pronounced dead upon being taken to hospital, while another remained missing.

Ilana Glazer canceled synagogue event to protect attendees
Thursday. "We will continue to learn, organize and act and make this country as safe for as many people as possible". Sources tell CBS2 he's also believed to have set fires outside seven shuls and yeshivas in Williamsburg overnight.

BMW 8 Series Convertible Revealed, Starts at $122,395
I miss the long, flowing C pillar of the coupe, but think the convertible looks great in profile, especially with the top up. Twin, trapezoidal exhaust tailpipes are positioned either side of the rear lower section.

Afghan forces struggle to regain ground as casualties mount
Reports by worldwide aid organisations have suggested the group controls or contests around 40 percent of the country's districts. General Scott Miller attends a meeting in the Kandahar Governor's Compaund in Kandahar, Afghanistan, Oct. 18, 2018.

At least two people died in a partial building collapse at an Amazon distribution warehouse in Baltimore when severe weather rolled through the area.

Fire officials responded to a call about a potential collapse of the Amazon Fulfillment Center building at around 10:30 p.m. on Friday night. He adds that a second person was unaccounted for.

Dhazyah McCoy, who was finishing her shift when the severe weather started, told CBS Baltimore that it "sounded like bombs".

Amazon's senior vice president of operations Dave Clark said in a tweet Saturday that there were two fatalities at the site. No other injuries were reported. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by yesterday's tragic event".

Like this: