Who is Linda March? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Victim, Missing, Collapse

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Linda March who is still considered missing, had recently moved to Surfside just from the Big Apple to “start over. She sent me pictures of the apartment, ”her best friend Rochelle Laufer told the Herald. “The place was beautiful, facing the sea, with beautiful views.”

A haunting photograph has emerged of a bunk placed precariously in the destroyed remains of the Florida condo tower, reportedly in the rented attic of a Manhattan attorney. The heartbreaking image made many wonders if a child or children had been sleeping in the room when Champlain Towers South partially collapsed Thursday, the Miami Herald reported.

However, that now seems unlikely because the bed was part of the New York City native Linda March’s furnished unit in the condemned building, according to the news outlet.

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Linda March is 58 years old.

Bunk beds in haunting Florida collapse

Laufer said her friend used the second bedroom as a home office, which would explain the black desk chair seen near the bunk in the destroyed apartment, which the lawyer rented in March.

Images of the two-bedroom Penthouse 4 still appeared on the Apartments.com rental site Wednesday morning, including an image of the bunk. Incredible oceanfront views from this two-bedroom penthouse” reads the old ad, which says the apartment is “no longer available.”

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Laufer said her friend’s only complaint about Champlain Towers South was noise. The only thing she complained about was the construction. It started at 8 in the morning and continued all day, ”she told the newspaper.

The building was undergoing extensive renovations and repairs that led to its 40-year recertification at the time of the tragedy.

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