The fire department says one person is dead and another was unaccounted after a weather-related building collapse at an Amazon distribution warehouse on Baltimore's southeast side, the Baltimore Sun reports.
It took rescue crews all night to find the second victim after searching through piles of concrete.
This footage, showing the Amazon facility, was taken by videographer Vincent Figueroa.
Severe weather came through the area Friday night at the time of the partial collapse, Clark said.
As Amazon and warehouse owner Duke Realty continue to assess the damage from a deadly tornado that struck Baltimore on Friday, the web retailer said delivery of packages bound for addresses across the Mid-Atlantic is delayed.
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Baltimore Fire Chief Roman Clark told The Baltimore Sun and WBAL that rescuers pulled one man out from under debris at the North America Sortation Center on Friday, but he died at the hospital. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by yesterday's tragic event".
The images shared by news agencies and local people from outside the spot showed a badly damaged truck and a knocked over the light pole.
The National Weather Service is determining whether the storm's strong winds can be classified as a tornado.
The tornado blew off a section of the roof of what Amazon calls its Baltimore sortation center, near the city's eastern border in Dundalk.