BALTIMORE, MD. (THECOUNT) — Andrew Lindsay and Israel Argote have been identified as the victims in an Amazon warehouse building collapse Friday night in Baltimore, MD, according to the Baltimore City Fire Department.

Lindsay, 54, and Argote, whose age was not provided, were named as the third party contract workers killed as a result of a partial building collapse at the Amazon Fulfillment Center BWI2, located at, 2010 Broening Hwy, in Baltimore, MD.


The two were killed after a tornado touched down in Baltimore on Friday night causing the Amazon center to partially collapse. The National Weather Service confirmed Saturday afternoon that a E-F1 tornado touched down in Dundalk and Baltimore City. source

The deadly collapse occurred after a reported F1 tornado touched down in Dundalk and Baltimore on Friday.

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