Crane Being Removed More Than 2 Months After Collapse Onto Dallas Apartment BuildingThe collapse happened during severe weather on Sunday, June 9, striking and landing on the Elan City Lights Apartments, killing one tenant.
It Could Take 2 Months To Remove Collapsed Crane From Destroyed Dallas Apartment BuildingThat area where the crane fell has been off limits to recovery crews collecting property out of vacated apartment units.
Nearly 2 Months After Deadly Dallas Crane Collapse, Frustrated Former Tenants Still Without Belongings, AnswersTwo weeks ago, contracted recovery crews began packing up some apartments' contents and moved them to a storage facility.
Former Residents Of Dallas Apartments Hit By Crane Rally For AnswersResidents held a small rally near the site of last month's deadly crane collapse in Dallas to get answers and updates on collecting their belongings.
OSHA Says Crane Involved In Deadly Collapse That Destroyed Dallas Apartment Building Can Be RemovedOHSA announced Thursday it is finished with the first stage of its investigation into the crane collapse that killed an Elan City Lights tenant.
5 Weeks After Crane Collapse Destroyed Dallas Apartments, Former Tenants Still Waiting For Their Things: 'I Want My Stuff Back'The company that owns the now-uninhabitable apartments, has promised recovery crews would started working 10 to 12-hour days removing former tenants' personal items.
Dallas Apartment Complex Hit By Crane Has Plan In Place For Residents To Recover PossessionsTenants of the Elan City Lights apartment complex — the apartments that were struck by a crane last month — received an email Friday discussing a plan to recover their possessions.
1 Month After Deadly Crane Collapse, Dallas Shop Owner Questions Street Closure That's Hurting BusinessFormer tenants and surrounding business customers are being kept out of the area while it appears to be business as usual for the construction crews.
Community, Businesses Step Up To Help Former Residents Of Dallas Apartment Destroyed In Crane CollapseThursday night, several local businesses came together to treat the residents to dinner, drinks, massages, manicures and makeup.
Bigge Crane Company Releases New Statement; Blames 'Extreme Local Wind' For AccidentA communications firm representing Bigge Crane and Rigging Co., the owner of a crane that fell onto a Dallas apartment, killing a woman, today released a new statement on their behalf.
Fiance Of Dallas Crane Collapse Victim Kiersten Smith Recalls ChaosAs Kiersten Smith watched an episode of "Grey's Anatomy," her fiance prepared a lazy Sunday lunch of grilled cheese and tomato soup. Just feet away, Eric Ridenhour said they were chatting when a crane crashed into their downtown Dallas apartment complex.