One Year After Surfside Collapse, Lawmakers Reflect on Changes

One Year After Surfside Collapse, Lawmakers Reflect on Changes

In the coming years, major changes will take effect when it comes to condo rules and regulations. Many local governments and Florida lawmakers made major changes after 98 people died in the Surfside collapse of Champlain Towers South condo building.

When Martin Langesfeld visits the site of the collapse and walks around the makeshift memorial he thinks of his older sister and brother-in-law who died in their sleep.

"Here you can see how many people were in the building. When you see the names, it doesn’t seem real. To see the names, the ages," Langesfeld said.

The Langesfeld family were key advocates for change.

One year ago, the NBC 6 Investigators revealed the Champlain Towers South had le...

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