Officials are continuing to look into what could have caused the oceanfront residential building near Miami to collapse in 2021 and leave 98 people dead.
A final conclusion on the cause of the Florida beachfront condo’s collapse is likely years away.
The 12-story Champlain Towers South condiminium collapsed abruptly in the early-morning hours of June 24 in Surfside, Florida, killing 98 people.
After two weeks of searching for survivors, the rescue effort at the condo collapse near Miami is now a recovery operation.
It’s the second building ordered evacuated in North Miami Beach since the collapse of Champlain Towers South last June, which killed 98 people.
Rescue workers are searching through the rubble after a beachfront condo in Miami partially collapsed in the middle of the night.
Residents of Surfside where a condo building collapsed in June killing 98 people voted Mayor Charles Burkett out of office.
Flyers in plastic sandwich bags with small pebbles were distributed to hundreds of homes in cities with large Jewish populations.
The sum includes $50 million in insurance on the Champlain Towers South building and at least $100 million in proceeds from the sale of the Surfside property.
Allyn Kilsheimer, who investigated building failures after Sept. 11, said he's "pissed off" that he has not been allowed access to the Florida scene.