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The remaining portion of the Champlain Towers South condo building in Surfside, Florida, was demolished just after 10:30 p.m. ET Sunday.Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava told CNN in a briefing Sunday night that once the area has been deemed secure following the building's demolition, search and rescue teams will resume their efforts on the debris pile.The damaged remaining structure at the Champlain Towers South condo building collapses in a controlled demolition, Sunday in Surfside, Florida.The damaged remaining structure at the Champlain Towers South condo building collapses in a controlled demolition, Sunday in Surfside, Florida.Search efforts at the partially collapsed building were paused Saturday around 4 p.m. so engineers could secure the site and prepare for the demolition, which officials said was crucial to allowing authorities to continue to look for survivors safely, eliminating the threat posed by the part of the structure that was still standing."As soon as the building is down and once the site is deemed secure, we will have our first responders back on the pile to immediately resume their work," Levine Cava said Sunday night.She called the method of demolition "energetic felling," describing it as a process that "uses small, strategically placed explosives and relies on gravity to bring the building down in place."The demolition was planned to be confined to the immediate area around the building, but nearby residents were asked to stay indoors as a precautionary measure, the mayor said, citing the dust and other particles that will be an "unavoidable byproduct" of the demolition.Officials have been racing against Tropical Storm Elsa, which is tracking toward South Florida with heavy rain and sustained winds of 60 mph. The demolition team continued its preparations Sunday -- the 11th day since approximately 55 of the building's 136 units collapsed early June 24, killing at least 24 people. There are 121 people who remain unaccounted for.Those who died include 4- and 10-year-old sisters, an elderly couple and the daughter of a firefighter.Nicole Mejias told CNN on Saturday that five of her family members were in the Champlain Towers South building when it collapsed, including 7-year-old Stella Cattarossi, the daughter of the Miami firefighter. Cattarossi's body was found Thursday night."We just miss them so much already, we wish this tragedy didn't happen, and will always remember them," Mejias said.A family of four, a 60-year love story, a young man with muscular dystrophy: What we know about the collapse victimsA family of four, a 60-year love story, a young man with muscular dystrophy: What we know about the collapse victimsAppearing on Sunday's "Face the Nation" on CBS, Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett underscored that authorities are still working with the mindset that this remains a rescue effort."It is absolutely not a recovery effort," Burkett said, later adding, "There is nobody in charge really talking about stopping this rescue effort. And this rescue effort, as far as I'm concerned, will go on until everybody is pulled out of that debris."Burkett said at Sunday's briefing his team was tasked with altering their operational approach around the collapsed structure as Tropical Storm Elsa moved closer."It appears as though the approaching storm may have been a blessing in disguise for us in that it initiated the demolition discussion," he said.Burkett said he hopes the demolition will eliminate a potentially dangerous threat to workers and possibly open up an estimated third of the remaining pile to search and rescue teams."We want to make sure that we control which way the building falls and not a hurricane, so all of this together I think ended up being a good thing," Burkett said.

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