Officials assured residents of the Miami Beach-area condo that collapsed last week that their building was safe, despite a report that strongly indicated otherwise, while also disregarding residents’ concerns that nearby construction might compromise the stability of the beachside high-rise.

The revelations come as the official death toll in the collapse climbed to 11 and the number of unaccounted for only fell to 150 on Monday.

Champlain Towers South resident Susana Alvarez repeated to NBC News that Surfside town officials told residents in a 2018 meeting “that the building was not in bad shape.”

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