A month after the Surfside collapse, one family still waits for closure
A photo of Estelle Hedaya is posted on the Surfside condo collapse memorial wall on Friday, July 2, 2021. - Chris Day/TNS

SURFSIDE, Fla. — And then there was one. A dubious distinction, but one Estelle Hedaya’s family is contending with as rescue crews announced a shift of operations on Friday from the Surfside site of the Champlain Towers South collapse, which was cleared this week, to a site near Miami International Airport. That’s where Miami-Dade Police crews will continue to search for human remains and personal items in the tons of relocated rubble. At this point authorities have identified 97 people killed in the collapse. They believe there is one more victim unaccounted for. Ikey Hedaya told Miami Herald...