What you need to know about the building collapse that killed more than 300 people in Houston

A massive building collapse in downtown Houston that killed at least 300 people last week has prompted a nationwide discussion on how to better protect vulnerable populations.

Here are some questions and answers about the Houston building collapse and the wider social and environmental crises that have plagued our country in recent decades.

What are the buildings and buildings that collapsed in Houston?

The massive building implosion that killed 300 people occurred on July 26.

It was the largest ever in Houston, according to the Houston Chronicle.

A crane that had been hoisted up from the ground fell from a crane onto the top floor of the old downtown Houston skyscraper, which is still in use.

The building fell onto the sidewalk below.

There was no fire.

The collapse is one of the largest in the history of the city, and one of only a handful of major collapses in the United States, according the Houston Center for Public Affairs Research.

The structure of the building, which stands on a corner, was about 3 stories high, and the first floor of it was almost 100 feet tall, according Toensing.

The first floor was made of brick, with a concrete floor and steel framing.

The second floor was also made of bricks and had a concrete roof.

The third floor was a wooden roof with a glass roof.

There were two emergency exits and a second stairwell.

About 20 people died when the building collapsed.

How did the building come down?

The building was in the process of being renovated to make it safer.

At the time of the collapse, the building was the third tallest in the country, and it was considered one of Houston’s most popular tourist attractions.

At its height, the structure was the tallest in Texas, and there were approximately 20,000 people in the area that day, according a Chronicle article.

About 1,400 people were injured in the collapse.

The area surrounding the collapse is considered to be a safe area for people to congregate.

But the building’s safety is questionable.

A fire that broke out on the second floor of a nearby building on July 31 killed nine people and damaged another four.

The fire burned for about a week.

The Houston Fire Department said the building also had a roof collapse and collapsed onto a vacant lot, and a third floor collapsed.

It’s not clear whether there were other buildings that were also affected.

What were the building materials and what was the condition of the structures?

The Houston Chronicle described the buildings in the building as being “built to withstand a fire,” and the Chronicle reported that the structures had been designed to withstand the collapse of a building and to withstand an earthquake.

The city of Houston had said the city was going to make $1.5 million for the fire prevention, but it was unclear how that money would be spent.

The demolition of the buildings on the street below is also considered an act of negligence.

How much money has the city received for the collapse?

The city has received $1 million in compensation for the loss of the life of a local resident and $1,000 from a local business owner, according TOYING.

The other $2 million is being used to repair the structure and to provide emergency repairs.

What caused the collapse and is it an environmental crisis?

It is not yet known what caused the building to collapse.

We don’t know how large the collapse was or how quickly it occurred.

But it’s a complex collapse that is one that needs to be addressed, said Toensing, the city’s lead structural engineer.

“It’s not something that’s going to happen overnight, it’s going the long way and it’s not a short-term thing.

It needs to happen over time and it needs to occur within the confines of the structure that was there before it happened,” he said.

What has the public reaction been about the collapse in Houston been?

A local community group, Houston Cleaners, said that the Houston Fire Dept. was working with the city to address the fire hazard and said that officials are in the “final stages of assessing and addressing the needs of affected residents.”

Many people were at the scene to support the families of the victims.

But some people who lived in the neighborhood were angry that the building fell on them.

“People just couldn’t believe what was happening.

They’re saying, ‘What is this building going to do to us?'” said local resident Jessica Pizzaro.

“I was at the site to support my husband and three daughters.

They weren’t in the same building, but they were all impacted.

There’s a lot of people that were very upset about it and people are angry at the fact that they had to live in the neighborhoods where they’re supposed to live,” Pizzario added.