Fire department personnel responded to the Amazon Fullfillment Center at 10:25 p.m. On Friday and found a person unresponsive under heavy amounts of debris, according to Baltimore Fire Department spokesman Chief Roman Clark.

Clark said fire officials are looking for a possible second person in the wreckage, but it's unclear if someone was in the debris. He added that thermal imaging equipment.

At the time of the incident, severe weather came through southeast Baltimore, Clark said. But fire officials have not yet determined the cause of the partial collapse.

Brandon McBride, at employee who worked in the building at the time, described to CNN affiliate WBAL the chaos that erupted when the building collapsed.

"The power." "I was to the left side of the building, and I went to the right, and all of a sudden shut off. It was just crazy inside, "McBride told the station. "It just sounded like bombs were dropping everywhere.

Severe storms through Maryland on Friday evening.

"There was stuff going on everywhere, you could see the walls were caving in," McBride said. "Rain was pouring everywhere; all the packages were soaked. It's unreal."



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