DALLAS - Tuesday is the last day for residents to retrieve belongings from an apartment building destroyed by a crane collapse in Old East Dallas.
Recoverable apartment items and vehicles were removed from the Elan City Lights Apartments after a large crane fell onto the building last June.
After Tuesday, anything residents have not reclaimed will be deemed abandoned. Most items will be donated and vehicles will be towed to an impound lot.
The crane collapsed during a round of severe weather. It killed one woman and displaced about 500 people.
- Equipment brought in to remove crane that collapsed on Dallas apartments
- Crews begin work for removal of collapsed crane at Dallas apartments
- OSHA releases site of Dallas crane collapse; Crane can now be removed
- Crane company fined $26K for deadly Dallas collapse
- Residents displaced by crane collapse still waiting to get their belongings, cars
- One dead after crane collapses on apartment building near downtown Dallas