Divers at Neptune Memorial Reef installed a memorial plaque on Sunday to honor the 98 victims of the Surfside condo collapse.
The underwater columbarium, located a few miles off the coast of Key Biscayne in Miami, added the plaque to their expansive underwater sanctuary.
The plaque commemorates the 98 victims who perished when Champlain Towers South collapsed in Surfside on Jun. 24.
The families of the victims boarded a passenger boat departing from the Miami Beach Marina to install the memorial plaque in the reef.
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“As our community continues to grieve and begin the long healing process from the tragedy at Champlain Towers South, the Neptune Memorial Reef is committed to ensuring the lives lost will always be remembered,” said Michael Tabers, community resource director at Neptune Memorial Reef. “Our mission has always been ‘creating life, after life.’”