A three-story building in South Beach was evacuated Saturday evening after a building inspector found a flooring system failure.
Miami Beach Fire responded to a public service call around 7 p.m. about a vacant unit at 1619 Lenox Ave.
A building inspector arrived and flagged a flooring system failure in the unit and excessive deflection on an exterior wall.
A building official ordered the evacuation of the building "out of an abundance of caution" until more information could be gathered.
The three-story building has 24 units. One person required assistance with relocation.
This is the second building in as many days that has been evacuated in Miami-Dade.
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