Munilla Construction Management, the construction firm behind the Florida International University pedestrian bridge that collapsed last week, has deactivated its Twitter account.
It's unclear when the company did away with the page, along with content that once boasted about the state-of-the-art bridge.
An MCM spokesman said Monday that the company temporarily deactivated the accounts “out of consideration to the families of victims.”
“We appreciate all of the concern and kind wishes we have received from friends. The MCM team is strong and will get through this most challenging chapter in our 35-year history.”
Just a week before the bridge collapsed at the center of Southwest Eighth Street and 109th Avenue, killing six people, MCM tweeted about the mammoth structure's weight.
"#FunFact: The new pedestrian bridge connecting @FIU to the @CitySweetwater weighs 950 tons, equivalent to approximately 271 elephants! #WeAreMCM," the company posted, according to cached content.
That same day, MCM retweeted the city of Sweetwater, as well as FIU.