The only remarks I can say about this are:
I am sorry about all the casualties relating to this highly tragic and shouldn’t-have-happened incident.
Whoever the builders were on this project should be sued!
What kind of civil engineers put the thing together anyway?
Where they certified, licensed or bonded?
I know in the article it mentioned something to do with having the bridge done “ahead of schedule.”
How about having it done right!
Well if that’s an example of having it done ahead of schedule, the builders did a lousy job!
What kind of quality assurance was done on this? Every project of this magnitude has a Q&A Department to make sure everything is up to code and it meets security standards. Where were they on this?
Did the city of Miami look at the building codes and everything on this?
These are all valid questions, and I would say that anyone who was hurt in any way or injured has grounds to sue the builders!
If one of your family members was killed in this incident, then you go ahead and sue in memory of the person that lost their life because people’s stupidity and laziness.
All of the families and friends of the injured could do a class action suit and sue together.
When it comes to building something, you never worry about a timeline more than you worry about the quality of workmanship you’re putting into the project.
Having it done right is the most important thing and this so called bridge ended up squishing people instead of holding them up!
Written and compiled by Paulette Motzko.
March 15th 2018