Authorities in Daytona Beach Shores fear that at least six buildings in their city are at risk of collapse as Hurricane Nicole approaches the coast.
At least six buildings were deemed at risk of structural collapse Wednesday, Daytona Beach Shores Public Safety Department Director Michael Fowler told CNN.
We went door-to-door to evacuate over 200 people in the last couple of hours,” Fowler said.
Fowler noted these buildings had sustained damage during Hurricane Ian and beach erosion is undermining the buildings.
Previously, Fowler said there were five other buildings that were evacuated due to the risk of collapse, which was the result of Hurricane Ian.
In total, 11 buildings are at risk of collapse.
Daytona Beach Shores is located in Volusia County.