Miami Beach cancels its annual Fourth of July fireworks as a show of respect for victims and families of the Surfside condo collapse.
The city of Miami Beach has canceled its Fourth of July firework display following the Surfside condo collapse.
The event, which was set to take place at 72nd Street and Collins Avenue at the North Beach Bandshell on July 4, has been canceled as a “show of respect” for the victims of the collapse and their families, said city officials.
Miami Beach declared a state of emergency after the Champlain Towers South condo collapsed this past Thursday, June 22, and is currently providing logistical support at the scene.
Fireworks at Lummus Park , and other Fourth of July festivities have also been canceled as well out of respect for those affected according to local officials.
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