Officials give update on Miami-area condo collapse | USA TODAY 1

Officials give update on Miami-area condo collapse | USA TODAY


Local officials provide update on the ongoing search and rescue effort after a collapse of a building near Miami. More than 150 are still unaccounted for.

Rescuers sifting through the debris of a collapsed Florida condo building continued their meticulous work Monday as town officials held onto hope of finding survivors in the rubble.

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  1. Past lawsuits are being reviewed. And new info coming out in lawsuits that were just filed. The 2018 Engineer report showing MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE was never sent to the hundreds of homeowners. The Condo HOA Board was of the belief that homeowners didn’t have a right to the report.

  2. Didnt Santis do a big budget cut for money to help infrastructure and building safety projects in this area including jobs for inspectors? Reports also say DeSantis vetoed about $131 million in projects across the state, including more than $17 million in items specifically geared toward Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

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    1. What a bunch of phoney comments. Lol. And really is this the appropriate video to be spamming that crap.

  4. Thank goodness for FEMA for and all the search and rescuers committed to finding victims of this horrendous disaster. Gov Santis what is his purpose but to say what others have told him what to say.
    Local, County and Federal funding and the donations from citizens are what is financially helping all.

  5. I worked for a large development company in Miami in the early 1980s. As I recall, it was common knowledge that buildings were erected in suboptimal methods and conditions and the talk was that if a large hurricane hit directly the South Beach/Collins Avenue buildings erected in the 70s and early 80s, they would catastrophically fail.

    1. I work for one now, in another region, and I don’t believe that has changed. Much of the fill used will almost “dissolve” (hardly ever meets specified compaction), the materials are poor quality, while concrete slabs are not allowed to fully cure. I wonder if this tragedy will change that.

    1. They recovered a woman 17 days after a garment factory collapse in India, and it looks very similar to this, there’s still hope.

  6. Cubans laugh at the gringos thinking they have to translate everything into Spanish. That’s an old political move left over from the 70s and 80s that “everything has to be translated into Spanish” for the “thousands” of people who are sitting and watching English TV and have no idea what anyone is saying. Please. If you do happen not to speak a word of English (which is rare, it really is), you’re not watching this channel. Translation: Los cubanos… LOL.

    1. way to be bitter when people make effort to be more inclusive. sit down and complain about something else

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  8. I’m so piss off at video didn’t show of interpreter for deaf people to watch, no closed captioning.. PISS ME OFF!

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