Juan Andres Diez and Zachary Lendzian, both students at Florida International University, returned to school Monday and honored the victims from the bridge collapse with a moment of silence near the school's Graham Center.
Students, professors and staff gathered near Graham Center at Florida International University on Monday to honor the victims of the bridge collapse by holding a moment of silence at 1:47 p.m. symbolizing the time when the accident took place.
Detectives are investigating a burglary that occurred on February 8, 2018, at 2324 S.W. 9th Street. According to detectives, the burglary took place at approximately 12:30 a.m. The unidentified man was seen on surveillance video footage riding a tricycle. The suspect drove the tricycle into the parking lot of the apartment building, parked the bike, and walked away. The surveillance cameras then captured the suspect going into a laundry room of the building. A few minutes later, the suspect exited with two large bottles of laundry detergent. He walked to his bike and pedaled away. The suspect is described as a thin-built male, approximately 5’08” tall, 140 to 150 lbs., last seen wearing a black ball cap, white Adidas t-shirt, tan shorts, and glasses.
The last victim of the bridge collapse at Florida International University was identified Sunday and a moment of silence was scheduled for Monday. As spring break ends and classes resume, students and staff must deal with traffic challenges.
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said Saturday morning all victims are expected to be removed from the rubble of the Florida International University pedestrian bridge collapse by the end of the day.
Miami-Dade Police announced Saturday afternoon that crews removed a third car from the rubble of the Florida International University bridge collapse. The goal is to pull all remaining cars and bodies from the debris pile by Saturday night.
Shortly before dawn on Saturday, rescue workers began freeing vehicles from under the collapsed concrete bridge at Florida International University, a milestone in the two-day, around-the-clock extraction effort. The second vehicle emerged around 7 a.m., almost entirely flattened.
Shortly before dawn on Saturday, rescue workers began freeing vehicles from under the collapsed concrete bridge at Florida International University, a milestone in the two-day, around-the-clock extraction effort. The first vehicle -- a crushed Jeep -- emerged after 6 a.m.
On December 7th & 8th 2017, the MCM Florida International University Team attended the National Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) Conference at the Hyatt Residence in Miami. The FIU project was presented during the conference explaining how the ABC techniques will be used to erect the main span over SW 8th Street.