A partial collapse of an Amazon warehouse in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 2, killed two people, according to a fire chief quoted by the Baltimore Sun.
One person was found under debris and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
This footage, showing the Amazon facility, was taken by videographer Vincent Figueroa.
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As Amazon and warehouse owner Duke Realty continue to assess the damage from a deadly tornado that struck Baltimore on Friday, the web retailer said delivery of packages bound for addresses across the Mid-Atlantic is delayed. Rachael Lighty, a spokesperson for Amazon, told ABC News in a statement that the two victims were third-party contractors and not Amazon employees. The safety of our employees and contractors is our top priority and we have safely evacuated the building. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by yesterday's tragic event".
No others are reported missing.
The National Weather Service had earlier warned of thunderstorms in the area, with some producing gusty winds and heavy rain.
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It left a track of intermittent damage, flipping over a tractor-trailer, ripping down part of the warehouse, and tearing off the roof of a nearby apartment complex in Dundalk, he said.
If it turns out that it was, in fact, a tornado that touched down, the two Amazon Fulfillment Center deaths would be the first tornado-related deaths to be experienced in Maryland since 2002, according to the Sun.
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