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Emotional Photos Show How Miami Is Holding Vigil For The Missing

Anxious families and local residents have gathered for the past week to wait for information and to hold vigil for the missing.

Last updated on July 1, 2021, at 6:42 p.m. ET

Posted on July 1, 2021, at 5:29 p.m. ET

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People at a makeshift memorial outside St. Joseph Catholic Church near the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, on June 29, 2021

Miami has been in a state of shock and mourning after an apartment building partially collapsed a week ago, leaving at least 18 dead and more than 145 people unaccounted for. Rescue efforts, which have been complicated by structural issues and bad weather, were temporarily halted early Thursday out of fear that the building could collapse further. Operations resumed later in the evening. In the meantime, anxious families and local residents have gathered nearby for the past week to wait for information and to hold vigil for the missing.

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Udonis Haslem, from the Miami Heat basketball team, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava at a memorial to those missing on June 30

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A woman puts flowers in a barricade near the partially collapsed Champlain Towers building on June 27.

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A family waits as a team of rescue workers search the rubble on June 30.

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Family members hold vigil for the missing.

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A search and rescue official passes by the makeshift memorial in Surfside on July 1.

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A search dog named Oreo, a 2-year-old female Pomsky from Mexico, owned by volunteer Moises Soffer, on June 27

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Search and rescue personnel work to find any survivors or casualties on June 26.

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Search and rescue teams on the rubble on June 29

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Miami Beach police officer David Cajuso prays before a memorial on July 1.

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A man during a session of evening prayers at St. Joseph's Catholic Church dedicated to people impacted by the partial building collapse on June 30

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People gather at a vigil on June 28 to remember those who died, are missing, and are injured.

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A community beach vigil for those missing and deceased on June 28

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A woman hangs flowers on a fence as people mourn at the memorial site created by neighbors on June 28.

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President Joe Biden shakes hands with Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis as he meets rescue teams and first responders in Miami on July 1.

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Lora Hernandez (left) is consoled by her friend Sandra Lopez while she grieves for her friends who are among the missing on June 29.

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Salome Piedrahita lights a candle at the makeshift memorial for the victims of the building collapse on June 30.

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