Sunday ReadsPosted: June 27, 2021 | |
Here’s your cartoons from Cagle:
“Long before the Champlain Towers South condominium in Surfside crashed, the building started sinking.”https://t.co/aRgsljbdUe— The Grey Man (@IntelOperator) June 26, 2021
Champlain Towers South had "major structural damage" that was explained in a detailed 2018 report.— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) June 26, 2021
Concrete cracks and other problems are detailed in these building documents/permits/and reports released by Surfside:https://t.co/IkdvUMJ7l2
It is unclear what caused the collapse.
“We are finding human remains” –— Glenna Milberg (@GlennaWPLG) June 26, 2021
A profoundly difficult time for the families of those still missing in the Surfside building collapse… they are being briefed by rescuers right now.
Officials said the remains they find are being sent to the medical examiner. https://t.co/AFPRPSMfZs— HuffPost (@HuffPost) June 27, 2021
Freeways in Detroit are "littered with abandoned vehicles" and 911 services are overwhelmed after 6.5 inches of rain fell last night.— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) June 26, 2021
Heavy rain is forecast to continue for the next six days.
This is not normal. We are in a climate emergency.https://t.co/HPpLfr7FbT
Detroit Flooding: 50 Drivers Rescued and 350 Vehicles Damaged https://t.co/brSUbtwdOR— Watchdog Progressive (@Watchdogsniffer) June 27, 2021
Portland records hottest ever day as heatwave scorches Pacific north-west https://t.co/FsF8HTWxkw— Guardian World (@guardianworld) June 27, 2021
That area has temps near 100°F today https://t.co/iqY5hyL5k7— geographile (@geographile) June 26, 2021
At the beginning of what's expected to be a record-breaking wildfire season in California, a photo of a firefighter who has battled flames in Big Sur's Willow Fire is becoming a symbol of the foreboding 2021 wildfire season.https://t.co/16pMNhWiLx— SFGATE (@SFGate) June 25, 2021
UPDATE: Over 750 unmarked graves were found at a former forced assimilation school for Indigenous children in Saskatchewan, Canada.— AJ+ (@ajplus) June 24, 2021
The Catholic Church running the Marieval school removed the headstones. Experts believe over 10,000 children died in such schools across Canada. pic.twitter.com/8wk51sHIU1
The Cowessess First Nation is trying to identify remains in 751 graves at the Marieval school, where Indigenous children were forcibly assimilated.— AJ+ (@ajplus) June 24, 2021
The school closed in 1997.
"Canada will be known as a nation who tried to exterminate the First Nations. Now we have evidence." pic.twitter.com/4W8rPMRrNw
This is an open thread.