Condo manager orders inspections after balcony collapse (FL)

The general manager of a Florida Panhandle condominium complex says the building will undergo inspections following a balcony collapse that injured 11 people.  The incident occurred Wednesday at Sandpiper Cove in Destin as seasonal residents gathered to celebrate a friend’s 82nd birthday. The wooden second floor balcony collapsed, spilling residents onto the ground below.  Jack Scelsi says building professionals will conduct inspections to identify any other issues at the complex.    Read the article…………..


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