A worker who was pulled from the rubble after being trapped for 12 hours when a parking garage collapsed at Miami-Dade College West in Doral died Thursday morning.
Two other people were killed when the garage collapsed at Miami-Dade College West in Doral on Wednesday.
Those two victims were identified as Carlos Hurtado and Jose Calderon.
Another person is still listed as missing.
The five-story garage is located at 3800 Northwest 115th Street. It collapsed at about 11:40 a.m. Wednesday.
"I just [saw] a lot of smoke and buildings shaking and it just started collapsing," said one witness.
"Everybody ran out for their safety," said another witness.
"We got here and pieces of the building were still falling off," said Doral Police Chief Ricardo Gomez. "It was really hectic."
One man said he felt shaken after making it out just in time.
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Firefighters said the floors of the garage collapsed on top of each other, describing it as a pancake collapse.
"We hoped that the people who were in there were caught in void -- void spaces. But pancake collapses don't usually have many void spaces," said Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Lt. Arnold Piedrahita.
According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, eight people were transported to a nearby hospital; one was treated on scene; and two were killed. The second person who died was found in the rubble. Another person was also unaccounted for.
At least one person was listed in critical condition. The extent of the injuries of the others was not immediately released.
Fernandez called the collapse the largest he had seen in the county.
"The extent of our operation is one of the most intense we've seen here," said Fernandez. "These types of collapses are resource intensive but time of the essence for our rescuers for this last victim."
Miami-Dade's Urban Search and Rescue unit was called in to free the three people who didn't make it out in time. A trauma surgeon was on standby in case he had to cut out a worker whose legs were trapped in the debris.
"We do life over limb. If you're going to die, and we have to cut off an arm or leg, we're going to do it," said Piedrahita.
A total of 96 Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units were on scene, or about 300 MDFR personnel. Rescuers were able to free the victim without amputating.
Fire rescue used search dogs and fiber optic cameras to look for more victims. Fernandez said rescuers could be searching the debris for days. It's unclear if there are other victims inside the debris.