‘Hole in the skyline’: 1 year after condo collapse, Surfside still feels impact

Published by
Miami Herald

Nearly one year ago, the tiny town of Surfside became a disaster zone. Crying family members piled into the Community Center, unsure if their loved ones were among the 98 dead in the Champlain Towers South collapse. Search-and-rescue teams from across the United States set up tents in a nearby park where they slept between shifts. Residents had to show ID to get to their homes. In the months that followed, life in the town slowly returned to normal, but residents say their community of 5,600 people will be forever scarred by the tragedy. As the anniversary of the June 24 collapse approaches, t…

Read More