The death toll on Sunday night reached 33 as fire officials contemplated ways to search more of the burned out building, including cadaver dogs and robots because the inside of the building is basically a heap of debris. With at least 30 deaths … Link.

Alamada County Sheriff spokesperson Ray Kelly has noted bulldozers, cranes, and wrecking crews will continue to pull apart the building today in order to recover the remainder of the bodies, and that cadaver dogs and drones will be used to locate those … Link.

Because of the complexity of the rescue operation, fire officials say cadaver dogs may have to be used. Oakland Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said emergency responders found most victims on the second floor — where the party was being held — because the … Link.

Heavy equipment could be seen and heard working on the building into Saturday evening. Authorities were bringing in bulldozers, excavators, cadaver dogs and remote control equipment to find bodies buried beneath a collapsed second floor and roof and hidden … Link.

Officials fear the death toll could rise to 40. Because of the complexity of the rescue operation, fire officials say cadaver dogs may have to be used. Oakland Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said emergency responders found most victims on the second floor … Link.