Volunteers streamed into hurricane-damaged areas for a Labor Day weekend cleanup Saturday, and federal and local authorities said they were investigating whether shoddy workmanship contributed to the scope of the destruction.
The Revs. Billy Graham and Jesse Jackson led a prayer service dedicated to rebounding from Hurricane Andrew."We have suffered, but suffering breeds character and character breeds faith. Faith will prevail," Jackson said.
Tragedy struck a Red Cross shelter in the Miami area when a week-old baby boy, who was named Andrew after the hurricane, was found dead in his crib. Metro-Dade police were investigating the cause of Andrew Juanchi's death at Coral Park High School.
"It's possibly going to be SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)," said police Detective George Reyes. "We don't have a cause. The medical examiner still has to do the autopsy."
At a disaster relief center north of here, Jackie Luongo was among a group of volunteers from the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale who spent the holiday weekend helping hurricane victims.
"I came out of guilt," said Luongo, 36, pausing from unloading a truckload of baby food. "I'm from Fort Lauderdale, and I'm real glad it wasn't us."