Emergency Officials: Don’t Come To Watch. Roads Closed, Detoured, Access Limited.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
SURFSIDE, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — If you are thinking of heading to Surfside to see the Champlain Condo Tower collapse yourself, the advice from emergency officials is “don’t.”
There are now massive road and beach closures in the area as the mass casualty event is bringing huge crowds and an international search and rescue response.
As of early this morning, the City of Miami Beach announced that North Beach Oceanside Park is closed until further notice.
A1A/Collins Southbound is CLOSED between 96th street and 83rd street.
A1A/Collins Avenue Northbound is closed between 83rd Street and 90th Street.
Byron Avenue is CLOSED to everyone except residents with ID between 90th street and 85th street.
Access to resort locations including the Residence Inn by Marriott and the Four Seasons hotel is extremely limited.
The closures, detours and access changes are expected to be in effect for quite some time.
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