Amazon Warehouse Partially Collapses in Storm, Killing 2

Amazon Warehouse Partially Collapses in Storm, Killing 2

A 50-foot wall in the facility, located in southeast Baltimore, crumbled as a storm passed through the area, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Severe weather came through the area Friday night at the time of the partial collapse, Clark said.

News reports cite Baltimore fire officials as saying one man was found under debris Friday night and later pronounced dead, while a second man's body was recovered under rubble early Saturday.

Another person is unaccounted for.

Amazon closed the entire building following the wall collapse. The safety of our employees and contractors is our top priority and we have safely evacuated the building. "Thank you to the emergency response teams who have been working through the night. Our thoughts go out to all families impacted by this evening's severe weather".

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The images shared by news agencies and local people from outside the spot showed a badly damaged truck and a knocked over the light pole.

"A squall line moved through the Baltimore area late Friday with locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds", said meteorologist Linda Lam. "Winds gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour were measured in the area".

Storm damage at an Amazon Fulfillment complex in Baltimore.

Roofs were reported to have been blown off apartment buildings in Dundalk, Maryland, while sections of ceilings were said to have fallen in at the Twin Arch Shopping Center's TJ Maxx and HomeGoods store.

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