(CNN) By the morning of the 10th, 86 people had been confirmed dead in the collapse of a housing complex in Surfside, Florida, USA. Daniela Levin Kaba, head of the local Miami Dade county, announced at a press conference. According to Mr. Kaba, 211 people have been confirmed so far, while 43 are still missing. A part of the building collapsed on the 24th of last month, and the remaining part was demolished on the 4th of this month. The death toll was announced as 28 as of the 5th, but the search activity accelerated after the dismantling work. County police announced on the 10th the names of eight people aged 26-87, alleging that the identities of 10 new bodies were revealed. The names of the two, including a 5-year-old child, were withheld due to the intention of the bereaved family. According to Levin Kaba, the search team suspended work due to lightning on the morning of the 10th, but resumed within an hour. It is said that he will continue to work all day in the rain. A county fire official said it would take 14 to 21 days to complete the search. To clarify the cause of the collapse, experts are investigating the condition of another building, which has almost the same structure as this building. The residents of this building have already evacuated. The mayor of Surfside Barckett said he had also given out a checklist to the residents of nearby apartments to confirm the safety of the building. The Miami Dade County Court building was pointed out by an expert investigation as having safety issues on multiple floors and was advised to close more than 16 floors until repairs were completed. In response, Mr. Kaba and his colleagues instructed all staff to immediately shift to working from home. Earlier this month, residents of the county’s city of North Miami Beach were asked to evacuate because of problems with the structure and electricity of the nearly 50-year-old apartment complex.