They found that a 50-by-50-foot wall had collapsed at the warehouse, according to Clark.
Strong storms and intense winds passed through Maryland Friday evening, apparently contributing to the collapse of a 50-foot wall at the Amazon Fullfillment Center in Southeast Baltimore at about 10.30pm.
At least two people are dead after a partial building collapse on Friday night at an Amazon warehouse in Baltimore. That person was taken to a hospital and declared dead, per CBS Baltimore; a second body was found early Saturday, officials say. The Baltimore Sun reports that the National Weather Service is surveying the area to see if a tornado touched down.
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"I was standing inside the building and me and one of the facilities dudes were talking, and I went to the left side of the building and he went to the right, and all of a sudden, we just heard these loud noises".
Brandon McBride, an employee who was in the building at the time of the collapse, told CNN affiliate that "it just sounded like bombs were dropping everywhere".
In a statement, an Amazon spokesperson told the Sun that, 'First responders remain onsite assessing the damage.
Officials said there weren't any other reports of people missing.