Amazon apologizes for package delay after fatal partial collapse in Baltimore
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Amazon has released a statement apologizing for delivery delays amid the fatal partial collapse at the Amazon warehouse that happened in Baltimore, on Friday night.
An Amazon spokesperson says, “Due to the damage caused by the storm, deliveries associated with this package sortation center are experiencing delays.
We apologize for the inconvenience to our customers and are working quickly to resolve." The collapse happened after an E-F1 tornado touched down at the warehouse on Holabird Avenue in Baltimore and in Dundalk.
Andrew Lindsay and Israel Argoteia were killed as a result of the collapse. The tornado also damaged multiple other businesses.