The entire event is horrific! I can freely call it a nightmare. The Champlain Towers South condominium complex in Miami crumbled.
Numerous people asked what happened! Was that a sinkhole, so something completely different? Now, we have an update about this event, and the details are disturbing.
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Three years ago, engineers shared details that significant structural damage to the building could cause a disaster.
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Below you can see a picture of only part of the damage from the report:
DNYUZ.com shared that only three years ago, one consultant discovered alarming evidence of ‘’major structural damage’’ to the concrete slab below the deck. Also, there was cracking and crumbling of the columns and walls of the parking garage under the 13-story building.
He also shared that he was included in shaping the plans for a multimillion-dollar repair project set to get underway soon. That happened after 2.5 years after the managers of the building were warned.
However, the building experienced a collapse in the middle of Thursday night and trapped the sleeping residents.
The management association shared most of the problems in the wake of the collapse, but the officials shared the 2018 report on Friday. That report stated that the building was damaged, and bigger damage was done by years of exposure to the corrosive salt air.
“Though some of this damage is minor, most of the concrete deterioration needs to be repaired in a timely fashion,” Frank Morabito, a consultant, stated in October 2018. He never said that the building might collapse but noted that it needed repairs to keep the structural integrity.
According to the lawyers for the home, the association shared that the workers would start fixing the issues. They were supposed to start working before the collapse of the massive chunk.
Because the authorities were aware of the threat and anyway put residents’ lives in danger, they must pay the price.