Ten days ago a North Miami apartment building, with 70 units, was deemed unsafe due to heavy rains that caused a roof collapse.
The 70-unit apartment building deemed unsafe the day after Christmas remains uninhabitable, according to officials.
The more-than 200 people displaced from a North Miami building Thursday after heavy rains caused electrical damage, flooding, and partial roofs to collapse have been allowed back in their apartments—but only to retrieve necessary items.
It was a rude awakening for nearly ten families at an apartment complex in Davie after water came pouring in through their ceilings which had collapsed during heavy rain and they’re blaming the roofing company hired to work on the building.
The recent heavy rainfall caused a mess for a Hallandale Beach family. They say the rains caused a ceiling to collapse in their apartment and they say their landlord ignored the problem for weeks.
Inspectors will try to determine if last weekend’s rain played any role in the partial collapse at a bank’s drive thru.
An early morning fire severely damaged a Miami home. According to Miami Fire officials, around 4:30 a.m. they received a call about a fire in a home in the 5100 block of SW 6th Street.
Two dozen families are looking for a place to stay after weekend rains damaged the roof of their condo building.
A burst pipe forced the evacuation of a Miami Beach Hotel after part of the ceiling in the lobby collapsed.