CNN's Rosa Flores reported from the Surfside, Florida, condo collapse site as search and rescue teams continue to race to find individuals in the rubble. This is the first time CNN has gotten this close to the collapsed building.
"As you might imagine, you can feel the pain, you can feel the urgency here from all of the first responders that are surrounding us. Now, what you're looking at, is what is left of the demolition that happened on Sunday. That's what this front portion of the building is," Flores reported.
There are about 200 search and rescue personnel on the site right now, Flores said.
"They are very carefully sifting through this rubble. They only bring and use the heavy machinery when they feel it's safe. First, before that happens, every single piece of this rubble that they come in contact with, they methodically analyze their movements, because any movement could be catastrophic," Flores explained.
Crews recovered four more bodies Tuesday, bringing the condo collapse death toll to 36, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said at an evening news conference. There are 109 "reports of people who are potentially unaccounted for," the mayor said.
Watch Flores' reporting on the ground:
Crews were forced to pause for about two hours earlier this afternoon because of lightning and some gusts of wind that went above 30 miles per hour with Tropical Storm Elsa approaching, the mayor said.
Levine Cava said a meteorologist has been embedded with rescue crews, staying with them on the rubble mound to provide any weather updates and to make sure they are safe.
CNN's Madeline Holcombe, Eric Levenson, Amanda Watts and Rebekah Riess contributed reporting to this post.