Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade is the latest player to visit the site of the tragic Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside, FL.
Wade quietly strolled along the makeshift memorial fence, paying his respects to the photos of victims and those still missing. The three-time NBA champ also spoke with and thanked the South Florida Urban Search and Rescue team before they began their shifts Thursday afternoon.
According to Miami-Dade County mayor Daniella Levine Cava, the death toll has risen to 64 as of Thursday, with more than 76 individuals unaccounted for.
Wade is the latest Heat star to visit the Surfside site. On the morning of the tragedy, Tyler Herro and multiple Miami coaches brought aid items, food and water to victims and rescue personnel. Heat veteran and legend Udonis Haslem visited hours later and center Bam Adebayo visited the memorial on July 2nd.