Shocking Cause of Miami Condo Collapse Now Apparent…

The Mia­mi-area apart­ment build­ing that crashed to the ground in a hor­ri­fy­ing ear­ly-morn­ing col­lapse Thurs­day had been expe­ri­enc­ing “issues” for years, and it was even the sub­ject of a sci­en­tif­ic study last year that warned of it sink­ing into the earth.

The Cham­plain Tow­ers com­plex in Surf­side, Flori­da, was the sub­ject of at least one law­suit over the main­te­nance of the structure’s out­er walls. In addi­tion, the build­ing attract­ed the atten­tion of sci­en­tists alarmed over flood­ing and land erosion.

Accord­ing to a Flori­da Inter­na­tion­al Uni­ver­si­ty pro­fes­sor who co-authored a study focused on the issue last year, the com­plex had been sink­ing into the earth bit by bit since the 1990s, at one point at a rate of about 2 mil­lime­ters per year.

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