A house fire damaged a home in Miami Saturday morning. Now, five of the people who lived at 1179 NW 29 Avenue, four adults and one child, are displaced.
A 30 unit building has been evacuated following an electrical fire that sparked sometime Saturday morning.
The more-than 200 people displaced from a North Miami building Thursday after heavy rains caused electrical damage, flooding, and partial roofs to collapse have been allowed back in their apartments—but only to retrieve necessary items.
A North Miami family is trying to plot out its next move after part of the ceiling collapsed inside the bathroom where one woman was showering Friday morning.
In an effort to help those in need after Typhoon Haiyan decimated six central islands in the Philippines, the Archdiocese of Miami will take up a second collection to raise money.
There are more than 9,000 miles between Miami and the Philippines, but there are a number of people in South Florida with ties to the Asian islands. Those people are both concerned for their loved ones and ready to help.
The Red Cross is helping residents who were forced out after a unit inside their apartment building went up in flames.
Friday’s flooding rains, which affected many neighborhoods throughout South Florida, left some residents with a soggy mess Saturday.
More than half a dozen people were sent scrambling out of their homes early Friday morning when a fire broke at their North Lauderdale condo complex and it’s not the first time a fire has caused damage to the complex.
A southwest Miami-Dade family lost after everything Sunday morning when a fire destroyed their home.