Rescue teams continue to search the rubble under the collapsed Champlain Towers South Condo on the surfside, just north of Miami Beach, without expecting to find a living person. On June 24, a part of a 12-story residential apartment collapsed. The rest was demolished on Sunday night.
If you do not have a loved one in your condo, or if you are missing or safe, you should call 305-614-1819 to notify the staff. Anyone who lives in the Champlan Tower and is safe Wellness check form To help Miami-Dade County track tenants.
Here’s what you need to know:
Florida engineers research and recommend reforms after the collapse of surfside condos
6:50 am: Members of four major Florida engineering associations have been convened to come up with potential post-surfside recommendations to the state legislature, including whether the state requires a forced re-examination of skyscrapers.
Engineers are also looking at who is allowed to perform those re-examinations and how they can be done at no exorbitant cost to the Condominium Management Companies Association.
And they will continue to support a bill to create a special license for structural engineers who failed in Congress this year, something that supporters said could prevent the collapse of the building.
Residents of North Miami Beach enter evacuated buildings and collect items
6:50 am: Residents of a dilapidated North Miami Beach condo, ordered to evacuate last week because of concerns about its structural integrity, will be able to return to their unit on Friday.
But only for up to 15 minutes to retrieve important items, and as a police officer as an escort.
Apart from its short opportunity for dozens of refugees, city leaders on Thursday doubled their claim that the Crestview Towers complex is unsafe for the occupation — hired by the Homeowners Association. He refused to conclude the engineer and scrambled for many residents to shelter.
The city ordered the building to evacuate on Friday after the collapse of Champlain Towers South on the surfside as North Miami Beach participated in a county-wide audit of old skyscraper delinquency inspections.
Upload a photo of your art to support the surfside
6:50 am: Miami-Dade’s United Way has partnered with Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald to bring artwork to surfside survivors after the catastrophic condo collapse.
The program, HeARTs for Healing, gives you Upload photo Volunteer for “Healing and Hope” of your artwork through the Miami Portal website.Art is an effort to support Survivors who lost everything Makes the learned family sad The search for living victims is over.
6:50 am: Here’s what you need to know on Friday morning:
▪ ▪ The· Number of deaths The number of missing persons is 76. The surfside building collapsed at 1:23 am on June 24th. The tower collapsed while the inhabitants were sleeping. The side of the collapsed building faces the beach.
▪ ▪ Search and rescue missions are currently Recovery efforts..
▪ ▪ Part of the tower while standing Demolished Sunday.