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2 p.m: Rabbi Sholom Lipskar, the spiritual leader at the Shul of Bal Harbour, the sprawling Orthodox synagogue just four blocks from the condo collapse, spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon outside the Surfside Community Center, which is serving as the family reunification center
[...] He said a vigil at his synagogue began at 1 p.m. and will be ongoing. He couldn’t give an exact number of the Shul members among those missing and injured, but said it is “a lot.”
“There are certain things you can talk about it but you can’t say anything,” the rabbi said. “No words can contain the real of what happened.”
Asked by a reporter how the Jewish community of Surfside can move forward from an event like this, Lipskar said, “Jewish people have faced adversity throughout our history.”
He said one of the urgent tasks now will be helping families displaced by the crash find temporary places to live.
- via Miami Herald newspaper
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via The Shul’s website update:
Thank you all so much for the incredible outpouring of support. We really appreciate your kindness and have received many generous contributions of essential items for the many families affected by this terrible tragedy.
As we are challenged with space to sort and store all the emergency supplies, we suggest that you use our website at
to make further contributions as the need will be great and ongoing.
Our emergency hotline has transferred to our regular Shul line at 305-868-1411. If you have already left a message with names, you will be contacted with updates as they become available. If you have a new person to add to the list, please include their name, age and apartment number, as well as your contact information so that we can reach you, when necessary.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. May Hashem comfort and console them at this sad time.
At least 27 people from Latin American nations - including Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Paraguay, Puerto Rico and Argentina - are among those reported missing by friends and family following the partial collapse of a residential building in Surfside on early Thursday morning, highlighting the international reach of the tragedy in a region that serves as a link between the United States and Latin America.
- via Miami Herald newspaper
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