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On Wednesday night, the search operation at the site of the collapsed condo in Florida turned from rescue to recovery as officials told families there was “no chance of life” in the rubble. A short time later, hundreds of first responders gathered by the site for an emotional moment of silence for the 54 people now confirmed dead and 86 still missing. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY from Surfside, Florida.