Miami authorities will move out tenants of a house recognized as unsafe

The resettlement of a 10-storey residential building against the backdrop of a disaster with the partial collapse of another building began in Miami. This was reported by representatives of the municipality.

The residents of the Crestview Towers condominium will have to leave. A survey of the building showed that it was unsafe due to “structural and electrical problems”. The conclusion was given back in January, but the residents of the high-rise buildings will be resettled only now.

Recall that a multi-storey building partially collapsed in Surfside, which is part of the urban metropolitan area of ​​Miami. It happened on June 24th. About half of the 130 apartments located in the building were destroyed. 22 people were killed, 126 are missing.

The incident was the reason to check the neighboring houses, which are located near the site of the collapse. Over the next month, specialists will inspect the buildings. They will pay particular attention to assessing the condition of houses that have recently passed certification for compliance with current standards. The task is to make sure that all recommendations from this certification are followed. This is especially true for the safety of living in buildings.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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