Miami-Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky said that rescue teams have removed 3 million pounds of concrete so far from the collapse site.
"We're moving debris piece by piece and searching through. We moved over approximately 3 million pounds of concrete at this time. That's over 850 cubic feet," Cominsky said at a press conference Tuesday.
He noted that when they first arrived on the site after the collapse, Miami-Dade Fire and Rescue was able to remove 37 individuals. "We continue searching," he said.