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Chris Cuomo wears skull socks where the Miami building collapsed

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Chris Cuomo was depicted wearing skull-decorated socks at the scene of the collapse of a Miami building that killed four people.

An exclusive photo of DailyMail.com shows a CNN host wearing socks on Friday, with a body pulled from the rubble of a collapsed 12-story Champlan Towers South on the surfside near Miami Beach.

The black crew-length socks show a skull and white stars on the right foot, decorated with an American flag design. A patriotic bald eagle can be seen on the left foot. This is also stylized in the colors of the American flag.

Socks called Stance Freedom Strike Crew Socks are sold for $ 15 on the Zumiez website and are currently out of stock.

He also wore sneakers and polo shirt shorts

Chris Cuomo was depicted wearing socks with skulls at the scene of the collapse of a surfside building that killed four people.He also wore sneakers and polo shirt shorts

An exclusive photo of the DailyMail.com shows a CNN host wearing socks on Friday as he pulls his body out of the rubble.

An exclusive photo of the DailyMail.com shows a CNN host wearing socks on Friday as he pulls his body out of the rubble.

Chris Cuomo can be seen interacting with people at the scene of a surfside building collapse disaster

He seems to be hugging another man to comfort them in one photo

Chris Cuomo can be seen interacting with people at the scene of a surfside building collapse disaster.There, he appears to be hugging another man to comfort them in one photo

Socks called Stance Freedom Strike Crew Socks are sold for $ 15 on the Zumiez website and are currently out of stock.

Socks called Stance Freedom Strike Crew Socks are sold for $ 15 on the Zumiez website and are currently out of stock.

Socks can also be purchased at Thedrop for $ 14.99.

Socks can also be purchased at Thedrop for $ 14.99.

The product description on the Zumiez website says, “Use the Crew Socks from Stance Freedom Strike to add a Bada ** style to your feet.”

“The upper skull and eagle with red, white and blue details provide a terrifying patriotic style, and the padded footbed and built-in arch support keep you comfortable no matter what.” And read the product description.

The DailyMail.com has contacted Stance for more information and additional comments.

It was confirmed that only one woman had died hours after the collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium around 1:30 am on Thursday.

Three more bodies were pulled from the rubble of the collapsed 12-story Miami condominium tower, killing four, but officials said 159 were still missing.

Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said rescue teams had recovered the bodies of three more victims from the rubble overnight on Friday morning.

Officials said they were able to identify three of the four victims by late Friday morning, but did not release the information.

People can be seen hugging outside the partially collapsed Champlain Towers South Condo in Surfside, Florida on Friday

People can be seen hugging outside the partially collapsed Champlain Towers South Condo in Surfside, Florida on Friday

People react and workers continue to look for victims of the collapse while waiting for news about relatives at the surfside community center north of Miami Beach.

People react and workers continue to look for victims of the collapse while waiting for news about relatives at the surfside community center north of Miami Beach.

Rescue teams respond on-site after a partial collapse of a building on the surfside near Miami Beach on Friday

Rescue teams respond on-site after a partial collapse of a building on the surfside near Miami Beach on Friday

Search and rescue dogs search for survivors in the rubble of Champlain Towers South Condo on the surfside

Search and rescue dogs search for survivors in the rubble of Champlain Towers South Condo on the surfside

Rescue workers search the rubble at Champlain Towers South Condo on Friday

Rescue workers search the rubble at Champlain Towers South Condo on Friday

Photos released by the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Team on Friday show first responders rescue survivors from a partially collapsed home in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Photos released by the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Team on Friday show first responders rescue survivors from a partially collapsed home in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Dr. Emma Lou, director of the Miami-Dade County Medical Inspectorate, said one of the victims was alive when he was pulled out of the rubble and rushed to the hospital, but later died.

Approximately 36 hours after the collapse, at least 37 people were rescued from rubble and parts of the damaged building, 11 were injured and 4 were hospitalized.

The mayor said a total of 120 people are currently considered “very good news,” but said the number of people still missing has risen to 159. The number she warned was “very fluid.”

Officials initially stated that 99 people were unexplained after the collapse of the building. However, due to the mix of seasonal and year-round residents in the tower, authorities were not sure exactly how many people lived at the time.

A total of 55 condominiums collapsed on Thursday. This is more than one-third of the 136 condos in the building. It reportedly occupied about 80 percent of the building.

Officials said Thursday that they believed the building was “substantially full” and generally sought information about who might have been inside.

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