Preparations for demolition work for the partially collapsed building in Surfside, Miami, United State, was in progress this Sunday (4), before possible arrival From Tropical Storm Elsa and after a Already confirmed a total of 24 dead in the disaster.
Search and rescue efforts have been suspended for more than 120 missing people.
Teams are still searching for victims, 9 days after the partial collapse of a building in the Miami area
“We don’t have a specific time,” Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniela Levine Cava told reporters Saturday. “We’re still hopeful that we can do the demolition before the storm (the arrival of) the storm.”
Tropical Storm Elsa was on Sunday morning off the coast of Jamaica and had a speed of 100 kilometers per hour. On Monday, the storm is expected to cross Cuba and reach western Florida by Tuesday.
Families know this needs to be done, said Daniela Levine Cava, the mayor of Miami-Dade County.
Fear of the rest of the complex led searches to a halt on Thursday (thereafter they resumed).
No survivors have been pulled from the rubble since the early hours after the collapse on June 24.
The cause of the collapse of the building is not yet known. The 2018 report noted structural deficiencies. This is now the focus of the investigation being examined.