Tampa, Florida 2021-07-23 12:56:11 –
Firefighters in Surfside, Florida have completed their restoration mission in June after the condominium tower collapsed, killing nearly 100 people.
The mission will end one day before the anniversary of the collapse of Champlain Towers South. On the morning of June 24, 97 people were killed when the tower collapsed voluntarily.
In a letter to Miami-Dade and Surfside officials, structural engineer Arinkirsheimer, who was hired to find out why the building collapsed, said the surrounding walls near Collins Avenue could break down. , Said the site may not be secure. Associated Press report.
In the letter, Kirsheimer recommended building an earthen berm to support the wall, as parts of the street could collapse.
by Miami HeraldMiami-Dade County officials said the crew would be brought in to support the remaining underground walls.
Collins Avenue, which has been closed since June 24, may soon be reopened, the newspaper said.
The announcement will be made the day after Judge Michael Handsman of the Miami-Dade Circuit Court said at a hearing that victims and their families who suffered losses in the collapse would initially receive at least $ 150 million in compensation.
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