By Isha Sesay • 22 November 2019 • 10:41
EVACUATION: Residents were relocated by the Social Services from the building on Calle Sureda in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Credit: Bombers de Palma.
RESIDENTS from an eight-storey building in Palma de Mallorca, Spain have been evacuated by Local Police after a council inspector found that it was at risk of collapsing.
The building, located on Calle Sureda in the capital, was determined to have structural deficiencies after a routine inspection by Palma City Council.
Families living on the premises have been relocated, some of them by the Social Services.
This is the fourth evacuation of this week, after the council ordered the evacuation of residents from 2 buildings in the Pere Garau neighbourhood and the another on Calle Riera, where the the historic Astoria cinema was once located.
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