AUSTIN (KXAN) - Two citations have been issued in connection with the deck of acondo that collapsed, injuring 26.
Victor Wong, who lived at the condo, was cited by the city'sCode Compliance Division on Friday, Aug. 6, for building a deckwithout a permit, and for doing electrical work without apermit.
His brother, Calvin Wong, owns the condo but doesn't livethere.
The investigation is still ongoing. Wong faces a fine that couldgo up to $2,000 dollars a day, but the fines will be decided by aMunicipal Court Judge.
Code Compliance was considering other citations against theWongs but had not issued any more on Tuesday.
Victor Wong released the following statement this week:
Hello everyone, the tragedy that we are all aware of now has affected many people, and it fills my heart with pain each time I think about it. I extend my thoughts and prayers to those who have been injured, I wish for your speedy and complete recovery. I thank everyone for their concerns and well-wishes, but please do not forget all who were injured, as they deserve much more attention than I do. - Victor
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