(CNN)The last remaining missing person from the Champlain Towers South building collapse in Surfside, Florida, was identified Monday, ending a month-long search and recovery operation.

Estelle Hedaya was the remaining victim who had not yet been identified, leaving her family in limbo until today.”It was obviously tough to hear directly, but I can definitely see and feel the sense of relief [my parents] got knowing my sister can rest in peace,” Ikey Hedaya, Estelle’s brother, told CNN. “This month has been excruciating to say the least.”A section of the Champlain Towers South condo building crumbled on June 24 as many residents slept, an as-yet unexplained tragedy that shattered a small coastal community in South Florida. After weeks of combing through a pile of metal and concrete looking for victims, Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said 98 victims have now been identified, including 97 victims who were recovered from the collapse and one person who died in the hospital. Ninety-eight families have been notified, and all 97 people for whom there was a missing persons report have been recovered. Read MoreA total of 242 people are accounted for, Levine Cava said.The site of the collapse had been mostly cleared and the debris has been relocated as of late last week, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said.Surfside victims will not be asked to donate their real estate for the public good, judge saysSurfside victims will not be asked to donate their real estate for the public good, judge saysSurfside victims will not be asked to donate their real estate for the public good, judge saysAs time went by, it became clear that it was unlikely teams would find survivors. But the search was relentless, with only pauses for dangerous weather conditions and the destruction of the rest of the tower.Officials had promised families that they would not let up until all of their loved ones were found. Now, that promise has been fulfilled. Levine Cava said the collapse was “the largest non-hurricane related emergency response in the history of our state.” While nothing can bring back the victims of the collapse, Levine Cava said “we have done everything possible to bring closure to the families.”For the past 33 days, first responders “have searched the rubble as if they were searching for one of their own,” the mayor said.Excavators dig through the remains from the Champlain Towers South building on July 9.Excavators dig through the remains from the Champlain Towers South building on July 9. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiExcavators dig through the remains from the Champlain Towers South building on July 9.Hide Caption 1 of 58Wooden hearts with victims' names have been put up at the memorial site near the building's remains.Wooden hearts with victims' names have been put up at the memorial site near the building's remains. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiWooden hearts with victims’ names have been put up at the memorial site near the building’s remains.Hide Caption 2 of 58Nuns from the St. Joseph's Catholic Church pray at the memorial site on July 7.Nuns from the St. Joseph's Catholic Church pray at the memorial site on July 7. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiNuns from the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church pray at the memorial site on July 7.Hide Caption 3 of 58A member of a search team moves rubble at the site on July 7. Authorities transitioned from search and rescue to search and recovery after determining "the viability of life in the rubble" was low, Miami-Dade County Fire Chief Alan Cominsky said.A member of a search team moves rubble at the site on July 7. Authorities transitioned from search and rescue to search and recovery after determining "the viability of life in the rubble" was low, Miami-Dade County Fire Chief Alan Cominsky said. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA member of a search team moves rubble at the site on July 7. Authorities transitioned from search and rescue to search and recovery after determining “the viability of life in the rubble” was low, Miami-Dade County Fire Chief Alan Cominsky said.Hide Caption 4 of 58Workers gather for a moment of silence and prayer after it was announced that rescue efforts would transition to a recovery operation.Workers gather for a moment of silence and prayer after it was announced that rescue efforts would transition to a recovery operation. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiWorkers gather for a moment of silence and prayer after it was announced that rescue efforts would transition to a recovery operation.Hide Caption 5 of 58A member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue hugs victims' family members and friends at the memorial near the collapsed building.A member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue hugs victims' family members and friends at the memorial near the collapsed building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue hugs victims’ family members and friends at the memorial near the collapsed building.Hide Caption 6 of 58Crews work at the site of the collapsed building on July 6.Crews work at the site of the collapsed building on July 6. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiCrews work at the site of the collapsed building on July 6.Hide Caption 7 of 58Members of a search-and-rescue team comb through the debris on July 5.Members of a search-and-rescue team comb through the debris on July 5. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiMembers of a search-and-rescue team comb through the debris on July 5.Hide Caption 8 of 58A memorial is seen near the spot where the building used to be. <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/04/us/miami-dade-building-collapse-sunday/index.html" target="_blank">The rest of the building was demolished</a> on July 4 so that authorities could continue to look for survivors safely, officials said.A memorial is seen near the spot where the building used to be. <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/04/us/miami-dade-building-collapse-sunday/index.html" target="_blank">The rest of the building was demolished</a> on July 4 so that authorities could continue to look for survivors safely, officials said. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA memorial is seen near the spot where the building used to be. The rest of the building was demolished on July 4 so that authorities could continue to look for survivors safely, officials said.Hide Caption 9 of 58A controlled explosion brings down the unstable remains of the building on July 4.A controlled explosion brings down the unstable remains of the building on July 4. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA controlled explosion brings down the unstable remains of the building on July 4.Hide Caption 10 of 58A woman cries as she watches the rest of Champlain Towers South be demolished.A woman cries as she watches the rest of Champlain Towers South be demolished. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA woman cries as she watches the rest of Champlain Towers South be demolished.Hide Caption 11 of 58People watch a cloud of dust form as the rest of the building is demolished.People watch a cloud of dust form as the rest of the building is demolished. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople watch a cloud of dust form as the rest of the building is demolished.Hide Caption 12 of 58Karol Casper places a flower on the memorial wall set up near the building.Karol Casper places a flower on the memorial wall set up near the building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiKarol Casper places a flower on the memorial wall set up near the building.Hide Caption 13 of 58People stop at a makeshift memorial near the site.People stop at a makeshift memorial near the site. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople stop at a makeshift memorial near the site.Hide Caption 14 of 58Search-and-rescue personnel work at the site on July 2.Search-and-rescue personnel work at the site on July 2. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiSearch-and-rescue personnel work at the site on July 2.Hide Caption 15 of 58Residents of the Crestview Towers Condominium carry their belongings <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/02/us/north-miami-crestview-condo-building-ordered-closed/index.html" target="_blank">as they leave their building </a>in North Miami Beach, Florida, on July 2. The building, about 6 miles from Surfside, was deemed to be structurally and electrically unsafe based on a delinquent recertification report for the almost 50-year-old building. The city said the move was out of an "abundance of caution," as area authorities check high-rise condo buildings following the Surfside collapse.Residents of the Crestview Towers Condominium carry their belongings <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/02/us/north-miami-crestview-condo-building-ordered-closed/index.html" target="_blank">as they leave their building </a>in North Miami Beach, Florida, on July 2. The building, about 6 miles from Surfside, was deemed to be structurally and electrically unsafe based on a delinquent recertification report for the almost 50-year-old building. The city said the move was out of an "abundance of caution," as area authorities check high-rise condo buildings following the Surfside collapse. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiResidents of the Crestview Towers Condominium carry their belongings as they leave their building in North Miami Beach, Florida, on July 2. The building, about 6 miles from Surfside, was deemed to be structurally and electrically unsafe based on a delinquent recertification report for the almost 50-year-old building. The city said the move was out of an “abundance of caution,” as area authorities check high-rise condo buildings following the Surfside collapse.Hide Caption 16 of 58President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit a memorial near the partially collapsed building on July 1. <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/01/politics/joe-biden-south-florida-visit/index.html" target="_blank">Biden traveled to Surfside</a> to console families still waiting on news of their loved ones. Those meetings were closed to the press.President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit a memorial near the partially collapsed building on July 1. <a href="https://www.cnn.com/2021/07/01/politics/joe-biden-south-florida-visit/index.html" target="_blank">Biden traveled to Surfside</a> to console families still waiting on news of their loved ones. Those meetings were closed to the press. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPresident Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit a memorial near the partially collapsed building on July 1. Biden traveled to Surfside to console families still waiting on news of their loved ones. Those meetings were closed to the press.Hide Caption 17 of 58A Coast Guard boat patrols the water ahead of Biden's visit.A Coast Guard boat patrols the water ahead of Biden's visit. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA Coast Guard boat patrols the water ahead of Biden’s visit.Hide Caption 18 of 58NBA basketball player Udonis Haslem, left, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava arrive to pay their respects at a memorial near the building on June 30.NBA basketball player Udonis Haslem, left, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava arrive to pay their respects at a memorial near the building on June 30. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiNBA basketball player Udonis Haslem, left, and Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava arrive to pay their respects at a memorial near the building on June 30.Hide Caption 19 of 58Search-and-rescue teams look through the rubble of Champlain Towers South on June 29.Search-and-rescue teams look through the rubble of Champlain Towers South on June 29. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiSearch-and-rescue teams look through the rubble of Champlain Towers South on June 29.Hide Caption 20 of 58People take part in a twilight vigil near the building on June 28.People take part in a twilight vigil near the building on June 28. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople take part in a twilight vigil near the building on June 28.Hide Caption 21 of 58More than 3 million pounds of concrete have already been removed during the rescue operation, said Miami-Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky.More than 3 million pounds of concrete have already been removed during the rescue operation, said Miami-Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiMore than 3 million pounds of concrete have already been removed during the rescue operation, said Miami-Dade Fire Chief Alan Cominsky.Hide Caption 22 of 58A woman puts flowers in a barricade as she pays her respects near the building.A woman puts flowers in a barricade as she pays her respects near the building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiA woman puts flowers in a barricade as she pays her respects near the building.Hide Caption 23 of 58Passersby look at photos of missing people.Passersby look at photos of missing people. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPassersby look at photos of missing people.Hide Caption 24 of 58Workers search through the rubble on June 26.Workers search through the rubble on June 26. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiWorkers search through the rubble on June 26.Hide Caption 25 of 58Eliagne Sanchez and K. Parker lay flowers on the beach near the partially collapsed building.Eliagne Sanchez and K. Parker lay flowers on the beach near the partially collapsed building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiEliagne Sanchez and K. Parker lay flowers on the beach near the partially collapsed building.Hide Caption 26 of 58Smoke rises as rescuers continued to search for survivors on June 26.Smoke rises as rescuers continued to search for survivors on June 26. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiSmoke rises as rescuers continued to search for survivors on June 26.Hide Caption 27 of 58People stand near the building on June 25.People stand near the building on June 25. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople stand near the building on June 25.Hide Caption 28 of 58Mourners light candles on the beach near the building.Mourners light candles on the beach near the building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiMourners light candles on the beach near the building.Hide Caption 29 of 58Members of a search-and-rescue team work in the rubble.Members of a search-and-rescue team work in the rubble. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiMembers of a search-and-rescue team work in the rubble.Hide Caption 30 of 58People pray together on the beach near the collapsed building.People pray together on the beach near the collapsed building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople pray together on the beach near the collapsed building.Hide Caption 31 of 58Firefighters battle a blaze at the collapse site.Firefighters battle a blaze at the collapse site. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiFirefighters battle a blaze at the collapse site.Hide Caption 32 of 58People hug June 25 as they wait for news about their relatives at a community center in Surfside.People hug June 25 as they wait for news about their relatives at a community center in Surfside. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople hug June 25 as they wait for news about their relatives at a community center in Surfside.Hide Caption 33 of 58Rescue personnel search through the building's rubble on June 25.Rescue personnel search through the building's rubble on June 25. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue personnel search through the building’s rubble on June 25.Hide Caption 34 of 58Toby Fried holds up a picture of her missing brother, Chaim Rosenberg, outside the Surfside Community Center on June 25.Toby Fried holds up a picture of her missing brother, Chaim Rosenberg, outside the Surfside Community Center on June 25. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiToby Fried holds up a picture of her missing brother, Chaim Rosenberg, outside the Surfside Community Center on June 25.Hide Caption 35 of 58Rescue workers use a crane to inspect the damage.Rescue workers use a crane to inspect the damage. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue workers use a crane to inspect the damage.Hide Caption 36 of 58Ariana Hevia, center, stands with Sean Wilt near the partially collapsed building on June 25. Hevia's mother, Cassandra Statton, lives in the building.Ariana Hevia, center, stands with Sean Wilt near the partially collapsed building on June 25. Hevia's mother, Cassandra Statton, lives in the building. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiAriana Hevia, center, stands with Sean Wilt near the partially collapsed building on June 25. Hevia’s mother, Cassandra Statton, lives in the building.Hide Caption 37 of 58Rescue workers arrive to the scene with dogs on June 25.Rescue workers arrive to the scene with dogs on June 25. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue workers arrive to the scene with dogs on June 25.Hide Caption 38 of 58Faydah Bushnaq, center, is hugged by Maria Fernanda Martinez as they stand on the beach near the building. Bushnaq, who was vacationing in South Florida, stopped to write "pray for their souls" in the sand.Faydah Bushnaq, center, is hugged by Maria Fernanda Martinez as they stand on the beach near the building. Bushnaq, who was vacationing in South Florida, stopped to write "pray for their souls" in the sand. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiFaydah Bushnaq, center, is hugged by Maria Fernanda Martinez as they stand on the beach near the building. Bushnaq, who was vacationing in South Florida, stopped to write “pray for their souls” in the sand.Hide Caption 39 of 58The arm of an earth mover is seen during the search operations.The arm of an earth mover is seen during the search operations. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThe arm of an earth mover is seen during the search operations.Hide Caption 40 of 58Rescue personnel work at the site on June 24.Rescue personnel work at the site on June 24. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue personnel work at the site on June 24.Hide Caption 41 of 58Yube Pettingill talks to the media. Two of her family members were still missing.Yube Pettingill talks to the media. Two of her family members were still missing. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiYube Pettingill talks to the media. Two of her family members were still missing.Hide Caption 42 of 58This photo was tweeted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue after the building collapsed.This photo was tweeted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue after the building collapsed. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThis photo was tweeted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue after the building collapsed.Hide Caption 43 of 58Displaced residents are taken to a nearby hotel in Surfside.Displaced residents are taken to a nearby hotel in Surfside. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiDisplaced residents are taken to a nearby hotel in Surfside.Hide Caption 44 of 58The partial collapse left huge piles of rubble and materials dangling from what remained of the structure.The partial collapse left huge piles of rubble and materials dangling from what remained of the structure. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThe partial collapse left huge piles of rubble and materials dangling from what remained of the structure.Hide Caption 45 of 58Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, at center in the red tie, arrives to speak to the media on June 24. "We still have hope to be able to identify additional survivors," DeSantis told reporters near the scene. "The state of Florida, we're offering any assistance that we can."Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, at center in the red tie, arrives to speak to the media on June 24. "We still have hope to be able to identify additional survivors," DeSantis told reporters near the scene. "The state of Florida, we're offering any assistance that we can." Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis, at center in the red tie, arrives to speak to the media on June 24. “We still have hope to be able to identify additional survivors,” DeSantis told reporters near the scene. “The state of Florida, we’re offering any assistance that we can.”Hide Caption 46 of 58Debris dangles from the building on June 24.Debris dangles from the building on June 24. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiDebris dangles from the building on June 24.Hide Caption 47 of 58People hug at a family reunification center where evacuees were staying in Surfside.People hug at a family reunification center where evacuees were staying in Surfside. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople hug at a family reunification center where evacuees were staying in Surfside.Hide Caption 48 of 58The cause of the collapse wasn't immediately known.The cause of the collapse wasn't immediately known. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThe cause of the collapse wasn’t immediately known.Hide Caption 49 of 58Jennifer Carr sits with her daughter as they and other evacuees wait for news at the family reunification center in Surfside.Jennifer Carr sits with her daughter as they and other evacuees wait for news at the family reunification center in Surfside. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiJennifer Carr sits with her daughter as they and other evacuees wait for news at the family reunification center in Surfside.Hide Caption 50 of 58Rescue personnel search through the rubble with dogs.Rescue personnel search through the rubble with dogs. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue personnel search through the rubble with dogs.Hide Caption 51 of 58Police stand guard on the day the building collapsed.Police stand guard on the day the building collapsed. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPolice stand guard on the day the building collapsed.Hide Caption 52 of 58People on the beach look at the building after the partial collapse.People on the beach look at the building after the partial collapse. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople on the beach look at the building after the partial collapse.Hide Caption 53 of 58The building was constructed in 1981, according to online Miami-Dade property records.The building was constructed in 1981, according to online Miami-Dade property records. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThe building was constructed in 1981, according to online Miami-Dade property records.Hide Caption 54 of 58People lie on cots at the family reunification center in Surfside.People lie on cots at the family reunification center in Surfside. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiPeople lie on cots at the family reunification center in Surfside.Hide Caption 55 of 58The beachfront community is a few miles north of Miami Beach.The beachfront community is a few miles north of Miami Beach. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiThe beachfront community is a few miles north of Miami Beach.Hide Caption 56 of 58More than 80 rescue units responded to the scene, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said.More than 80 rescue units responded to the scene, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiMore than 80 rescue units responded to the scene, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said.Hide Caption 57 of 58Rescue personnel work at the site of the partial collapse.Rescue personnel work at the site of the partial collapse. Photos: Deadly condo collapse near MiamiRescue personnel work at the site of the partial collapse.Hide Caption 58 of 5803a surfside building collapse 070901 surfside building collapse 071102 surfside building collapse 07070707 MiamiBuildingCollaps02 Surfside memorial 070701 Surfside memorial 070703 surfside building collapse 070604 surfside building collapse 070503 surfside building collapse 070506 surfside building collapse 070405 surfside building collapse 070404 surfside building collapse 070402b surfside building collapse 070401 surfside building collapse 070401a surfside building collapse 0702Crewstfiew Towers evacuation 070213 biden surfside 070106 biden surfside coast guard01 surfside building collapse 063001 surfside building collapse 062903 surfside collapse 062801 surfside building collapse 062802 surfside building collapse 062811 miami building collapse 062602 seaside collapse 062701 seaside collapse 0627 RESTRICTED10 miami building collapse 062608b building collapse gallery 062512 miami building collapse 062510 building collapse gallery 0625 RESTRICTED13 building collapse gallery 062512 building collapse gallery 062501 building collapse gallery 0626 10 miami building collapse 062503 building collapse gallery 0626 04 building collapse gallery 0626 05 building collapse gallery 0626 06 building collapse gallery 0626 35 miami building collapse 062534 miami building collapse 062527 miami building collapse 062429 miami building collapse 062416 miami building collapse 062431 miami building collapse 062417 miami building collapse 062419 miami building collapse 062420 miami building collapse 062421 miami building collapse 062410 florida building collapse 21062414 florida building collapse 21062413 florida building collapse 21062401 florida building collapse 21062428 miami building collapse 062412 florida building collapse 21062415 florida building collapse 21062404 florida building collapse 21062402 florida building collapse 21062409 florida building collapse 210624“Nothing, we can say or do will bring back these 90 angels who left behind grieving families, beloved friends, loved ones across this community and across the world,” Levine Cava said. “But we have done everything possible to bring closure to the families, and I am especially proud that through these tireless efforts, we were able, at last, to bring closure to all those who reported missing loved ones.” Some families torn apart, others gone entirelyVictims of the tragedy ranged in age from 1 to 92, and the families grieving them represented the diversity of the small cosmopolitan town.The tight-knit Jewish community mourned their loved ones, as did families from as far as Argentina, Paraguay and Colombia.Some, like Jonathan Epstein, lost both of his parents, Bonnie and David. A son's unanswered text message, two sisters buried together, a newlywed couple and a 60-year-old love story: What we know about the collapse victimsA son's unanswered text message, two sisters buried together, a newlywed couple and a 60-year-old love story: What we know about the collapse victimsA son's unanswered text message, two sisters buried together, a newlywed couple and a 60-year-old love story: What we know about the collapse victimsIn other cases, entire families were wiped out in a moment, as was the case with Anaely Rodriguez, Marcus Guara and the children Lucia and Emma Guara.Sergio Lozano had dinner with his parents hours before the collapse, he told CNN’s Randi Kaye. After dinner, he hugged and kissed his parents.”That was it,” he said. Lozano went home to his condo just two blocks away, and heard the thunderous sound of his parents’ home coming down.The stories of families that died together or were torn apart vary, but the experiences of those left behind were eerily similar: a glimpse of the news, frantic calls and texts that went unanswered and the agony of waiting out the search until they learned what happened.Investigation into collapse will beginNow authorities can turn their attention to the investigation of what caused the collapse.The Miami-Dade Fire Department transitioned the search and recovery effort to the police department. The first night that he was on the scene, structural engineer Allyn Kilsheimer, who also investigated the aftermath of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, said he had about 20 or 30 theories of possible triggers.97 victims in Surfside condo collapse have been identified. Officials believe there is one more unidentified victim97 victims in Surfside condo collapse have been identified. Officials believe there is one more unidentified victim97 victims in Surfside condo collapse have been identified. Officials believe there is one more unidentified victimSince then, he eliminated some but added five or six more, he said, but won’t be able to narrow it down while the search continues.Investigators were brought on to the incident quickly after the building collapsed, but much of their work had to wait until the search was over and police and rescue teams were through with the site. “Until they do their job, we can’t go in to do samples of materials and take those samples and test them to understand what the various components of the building that came down was,” Kilsheimer told CNN’s Ana Cabrera.Florida State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has acknowledged “multiple requests by engineers and attorneys” to gain access to the site.”Engineers from the federal agency National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) were deployed to Surfside with Congressional authority to gather evidence and determine how and why the Champlain South Tower collapsed. NIST is the fact-finding agency responsible for investigating building collapses such as the World Trade Center, much like the NTSB investigates plane crashes,” Rundle said in a statement.”It is my understanding that once NIST, the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Miami-Dade Police Departments determine that it is safe and appropriate for others to gain access to the site, they will be permitted to do so under guidelines set forth by those agencies,” Rundle said.

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