Restoration of collapsed apartments in Florida is nearing completion, 97 people died | Climate Change News
The collapse of Surfside has aroused people’s attention and attention to other old apartment buildings.
As Miami-Dade police identify the remaining victims in the surf zone last month, efforts to recover human remains from the rubble of South Florida apartment buildings are coming to an end Apartment collapsed.
According to Reuters, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said: “The total number of confirmed deaths is 97. This is a shocking and heartbreaking life. loss.”
The updated statistics include the identification of 51-year-old Louis F. Bart, which increases the likelihood that officials are close to finalizing the death toll.
This death toll Miami-Dade Police spokesperson Alvaro Zabaleta told the Miami Herald that there are now 97 bodies, 92 bodies have been confirmed, and the close relatives of each of the 92 victims have been notified.
The department has only 97 public reports of missing persons, although Zabaleta warned that a match between the number of dead bodies found and the number of missing persons does not mean that recovery is not over yet.
“The numbers are consistent, but it doesn’t necessarily mean we are done. We don’t know,” Zabaleta said.
“Until we pick up every piece of rubble and clean it up, we can’t say that we are done.”
County officials have counted at least 240 people related to the building. A statement on Thursday evening stated that the task of identifying victims has become increasingly difficult, relying heavily on the technical and scientific work of the forensic office and experts.
A judge approved the sale of seaside property, with proceeds aimed at benefiting the victims of this deadly disaster. According to court records, Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Michael Hanzman ordered the sale of Champlain Tan’s website, which may be sold for US$110 million.
According to the Associated Press, the judge approved the refund of the $2.4 million deposit paid by some Champlain apartment owners to evaluate the $15 million planned overhaul.
As the restoration work continues, more than 12 million kilograms (26 million pounds) of debris and concrete have been removed from the site.
Although major warnings have been issued many times before, the cause of the crash has not yet been determined. Structural damage In this 40-year-old building.
The collapse of Surfside has aroused people’s attention and attention to other old apartment buildings. Two high-rise buildings in Miami-Dade County have been evacuated due to structural problems.
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Officials said a three-story apartment building northwest of Miami-Dade was evacuated on Thursday after part of the roof collapsed.
Helicopter footage of WSVN-TV in Miami shows a long roof overhang falling from one side of the building complex to the ground below.
The roof does not seem to collapse into any unit. Fire rescue spokesperson Erica Benitez confirmed that the damage was limited to the exterior of the building.