The death toll in Florida’s building collapse hit 90 on Sunday, with 31 people still missing.
The grim fatal figure increased as four bodies were recovered overnight, authorities said.
It comes as hundreds of workers continue to sift through the debris at the site of Champlain Tower South in Surfside, which collapsed around 1:30 a.m. on June 24.
First responders worked on the pile for more than two weeks searching for possible survivors before the effort was reclassified last week as an operation to recover bodies.
“The work is still so delicate that we’ve even found unbroken wine bottles in the rubble and recovered them,” Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett said at a Sunday briefing.
“We’re also finding personal possessions as small as rings which are also being returned to the site storage area, categorized, photographed and saved for the families,” he said.
Families of victims remain at a nearby hotel waiting for any news of their loved ones.Getty