51 out of the total of more than 390 homes were unsafe, police said. Residents were allowed to get under the accompaniment of police and fire items of value from their homes. The investigation continues, according to police. The broadcaster ABC reported, citing the authorities, there is no collapse was danger.

The residents took the incident, however. His apartment was in order, but “my wife is a little stressed out,” said Farzad Rezeani the “Sydney Morning Herald”. And one of the residents from one of the 51 is still locked apartments said: “I have enjoyed the view. But I probably need to make a decision, what do I do if it is safe.“

The family Devera spent a night in the car and could not sleep because her dog Coco was still in the building. Lanie Devera said the station “9news” after her return: “It sure is, but we have to stay and see what happens. It is a bad Christmas.” Chris Abram, of the Stock lives in the 20 -, want to take off. “I won’t stay not even for a second there, when I need to. I don’t want to die.”

popping sounds, cracks, jamming doors

On Monday had reported the inhabitants of the more than 30-storey high-rise building in the district of Olympic Park POPs, cracks, and suddenly-locking doors. Several Hundred people out of the house and adjacent buildings, streets and a nearby locked out of the station as a precaution. Engineers found during inspections of cracks in an interior wall in the tenth floor.

The Opal Tower was opened only four months ago. It is one of five new residential high-rise buildings, which were built on the site of the Olympic games 2000.

In the mta/dpa