Spokesman for the US Fire Department spokesman, Chief Roman Clark, said that thermal imaging equipment was used to determine if anyone else could be trapped inside. One of those found dead was an adult man.
"I stood inside the building and I and one of the dudes facilities spoke and I left to the left of the building and he went to the right and suddenly we just heard these loud sounds. The power was turned off. It was just mad inside, McBride said to the station. "It just sounded like bombs dropped everywhere. The whole side (of the building) just went. "
Very weather came through the area on Friday evening at the time of partial breakdown, Clark said." Firefighters have not decided for a thing. "
" There were things that went down everywhere, you could see that the walls were hollow, "said McBride WBAL." The rain poured everywhere, all the packages were soaked. It's unreal. "