Tyler Herro, Heat, Marlins, Dolphins provide help, resources after Florida building collapse

The pro sports teams in the Miami area quickly offered assistance after a building collapsed in Surfside, Fla., Thursday.

A portion of the 12-story condominium complex collapsed at 1:30 a.m. ET. Three people are dead and search efforts are ongoing, according to ABC News.

Heat guard Tyler Herro and assistant coachces Chris Quinn and Eric Glass traveled to the scene to offer help.

According to ESPN, the three Heat employees “helped load a truck with water, food and other essentials.” Additionally, the Heat arranged for food trucks to feed rescue workers and volunteers.

The Marlins tweeted from their official social media account that they were sending food and supplies to rescue workers, displaced residents and family members impacted by the collapse.

The Dolphins sent meals to volunteers and first responders via their Food Relief Program.

The Panthers tweeted about the collapse, calling the situation “devastating” and sending support to those affected.

The search for survivors is ongoing. Ninety-nine people remained unaccounted for Thursday night, according to Miami television station WSVN.

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