On Tuesday, the White House declared that Joe Biden (American President) is going to visit Surfside, Florida. The visit comes one week after a condo structure vandalized in the south Florida town that resulted in a minimum of eleven deaths, but another one-hundred-and-fifty remain unaccounted for.
Miami Heralds described that Jill Biden (the First Lady) is also going to travel with Joe Biden on tour, which is being decided to avert impacting the current search and rescue struggles.
On Monday, Jen Psaki (the White House Press Secretary) described that Joe Biden supports an entire federal probe into the main reason for the twelve-story structure to partially damage.
Federal officials already assisting in search and rescue efforts
Federal regulators have previously been supporting and helping in rescue efforts and search, and Deanne Criswell, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator, joined Ron DeSantis (Florida Governor) in the weekend visiting the building destruction.
On Wednesday, in a briefing, Jen Psaki explained that in terms of a tour by Joe Biden, they always want to make sure that they are not pulling from local resources. She continued that they don’t want to draw resources that are required in the current search and rescue operations.
A big piece of the Champlain Towers South was destroyed in the opening hours of the morning on 24 June, which led to quick search and rescue efforts. The main reason for the disaster is unidentified at that time, albeit a 2018 probe report found primary structural damage to the structure, and the condo’s owners had been placed to begin payments valued fifteen million dollars for repairs on the forty-year-old structure this week.
Local regulators have described that a full probe is going to start after all of the one-hundred-and-fifty stilling missing people have been found, and Charles Burkett (Surfside Mayor) made sure struggles that won’t slow decelerate to get them.
On Sunday, he said that they are not going to stop doing that, not today, not tomorrow, and not the next day. He added that they are going to keep going until everybody is out.