Cassondra Stratton was in her unit at Champlain Towers South when she called her husband Michael Stratton early Thursday morning, he told the Miami Herald.
She was “speaking frantically about their condo building shaking,” according to the Herald, which spoke to Michael Stratton.
According to the Herald, “She told him she saw a sinkhole, where the pool out her window used to be. Then the line went dead.”
The Washington Post reported that Stratton was in her fourth-floor balcony, she felt a tremor and saw the deck of the swimming pool cave in.
Cassondra Stratton is the wife of Michael Stratton, senior policy adviser with the law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck.
She is among the people still believed to be among the missing after part of a 12-story residential building in Surfside, Florida, collapsed early Thursday, his law firm’s spokesperson Lara Day told CNN.