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Danya Cebus CEO rejects allegations of hiring architect instead of engineerThe CEO of Danya Cebus Ltd, the company in charge of the construction site that collapsed yesterday, said that he will address the harsh criticism after the rescue efforts have come to an end. In an interview with Channel 2 News, the CEO said that his company is busy taking part in the rescue efforts and rejected the allegations that Danya Cebus employed an architect instead of an engineer at the site.
Danya Cebus Ltd CEO Ronen Ginzburg has refused to comment on the harsh criticism being hurled at his company since the underground parking garage in Tel Aviv’s Ramat HaHayal neighborhood collapsed yesterday. In an interview with Channel 2 News, Ginzburg stated that he is focused on the rescue efforts: “I need to be dealing with the wounded. When we finish the rescue efforts, I will talk and say what I have to say.” Ginzburg added that his company is taking part in the rescue efforts: “We haven’t turned a blind eye.”
Meanwhile, JOL reported earlier today that rescue teams pulled out the third body from underneath the rubble early this morning and pronounced him dead. The rescue efforts to find 4 missing persons continue. According to the assessments, the rescue workers know where three of them are located.
Ginzburg rejected the allegations that he employed an architect instead of an engineer at the site in order to reduce the costs of the project. “This is nonsense, of course it is,” said Ginzburg. The CEO said that his company has made available all of its resources including manpower and equipment in order to rescue its employees.
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