Leo Souto adds flowers to a memorial near the partially collapsed building in Surfside, Fla. On Monday.
On Monday, people participate in a dusk vigil on the beach near the building.
Search and rescue teams are looking for possible survivors on Monday.
Members of the Legendarios, a religious group of men, are meeting on Saturday for a moment of prayer near the construction site.
A woman places flowers in a barricade as she pays homage near the building.
Search and rescue officers are working at the site on Sunday.
Passers-by look at photos of missing persons.
Workers are digging through the rubble on Saturday.
Eliagne Sanchez and K. Parker laid flowers on the beach near the partially collapsed building.
Smoke rises as rescuers continued to search for survivors on Saturday.
People stand near the building on Friday.
On Friday, mourners light candles on the beach near the building.
Members of a search and rescue team work in the rubble.
Leo Soto sets up a memorial site with photos of missing people from the complex. One of the missing is her friend Nicole Langsfield.
Firefighters are fighting a blaze at the site of the collapse.
People pray together on the beach near the collapsed building.
People kiss on Friday as they wait for news from loved ones at a community center in Surfside.
Friday, rescuers search the rubble of the building.
Toby Fried shows off a photo of his missing brother, Chaim Rosenberg, outside the Surfside Community Center on Friday.
Rescue workers use a crane to inspect the damage on Friday.
Ariana Hevia, center, stands with Sean Wilt near the partially collapsed building on Friday. Hevia’s mother, Cassandra Statton, lives in the building.
On Friday, rescuers arrived on the scene with dogs.
People observe the building from the nearby beach.
Faydah Bushnaq, center, is hugged by Maria Fernanda Martinez as they stand on the beach near the building. Bushnaq, who was on vacation in South Florida, stopped to write “pray for their souls” in the sand.
The arm of an earth moving machine is seen during search operations.
Rescuers intervened on Thursday on the site.
Yube Pettingill speaks to the media. Two of his family members were still missing.
This photo was tweeted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue after the building collapsed on Thursday.
Displaced residents are taken to a nearby hotel in Surfside.
The partial collapse left huge piles of rubble and materials hanging from what was left of the structure.
Firefighters use a ladder hose as smoke emerges from the rubble on Thursday.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, in the red tie center, arrives Thursday to speak to the media. “We still have hope that we can identify other survivors,” DeSantis told reporters near the scene. “The State of Florida, we are offering all the help we can get.”
Debris hangs from the building on Thursday.
People kiss at a family reunification center where evacuees were staying in Surfside.
The cause of the collapse was not immediately known.
Jennifer Carr sits with her daughter as they and other evacuees await news at the Surfside Family Reunification Center.
Thursday, rescuers are digging through the rubble with dogs.
Police stand guard near the scene on Thursday.
People on the beach watch the building after the partial collapse.
The building was constructed in 1981, according to Miami-Dade online property records.
People are lying on cots at the Surfside Family Reunification Center.
The oceanfront community is located a few miles north of Miami Beach.
More than 80 rescue units responded to the scene, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said.
Rescue personnel are working at the site of the partial collapse.