The majority of land in Florida is "well above" sea level. But we have a f*ck ton of expensive coastal property that will be inundated within the next century.

Folks in the keys know that they'll be the last generation to live on those islands.

It's an old building...codes weren't all that stringent back in the day...I suspect salt water intrusion got into the re-bar in the foundation....once that goes concrete crumbles like a cookie.

All it takes is for one column to buckle, then the rest goes like dominos.

Florida has steadily updated its building codes, maybe today they'd require galvanized rebar...\


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