Global Affairs Canada says the remains of a second Canadian have been pulled from the rubble of a condo building that collapsed near Miami more than two weeks ago.
The government agency did not identify the deceased.
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Global Affairs says at least two more Canadians are among those unaccounted for after the Champlain Towers South condominium building in Surfside, Fla. fell on June 24.
Miami-Dade officials previously identified the first Canadian whose remains were found as 66-year-old Ingrid “Itty” Ainsworth, formerly of Montreal.
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She and her Australian husband were publicly named on Wednesday after their bodies were recovered.
The death toll from the collapse now stands at 86, with 43 people still missing.
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