The former residents of the Dallas apartment complex that was crashed under a collapsed construction crane are learning more about what's being done to retrieve their belongings.
In a Facebook post, Elan City Lights management said crews on Monday will begin an inventory of the property left in the 184 units not directly impacted by the collapse. The post says belongings will be boxed and residents will be notified when their property is ready for pick up, though the post stated it could take several days.
Specific details on the packing and move-out process are still being worked out, the post read, and plans are being made to remove the crane and debris.
The June 9 crane collapse killed a woman and injured five others. The building has been deemed uninhabitable and residents were briefly allowed to retrieve critical items, like documents and medications, in the days after the incident.
Click here to read the full Facebook post.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the timeline for residents to retrieve their property.