SANTA ANA, Mexico — A construction company that used steel parts to build the world’s tallest building in Mexico has now said the building did not come from a government facility.
A building company that worked on the project that collapsed in Santa Ana, Mexico, on Wednesday said in a statement that a piece of steel used in the building’s foundation came from a private facility.
The company, which is controlled by former Gov.
Javier Duarte, said the steel was donated to the company for use in its construction.
The building’s collapsed on Wednesday at the top of the Santa Ana hilltop, and there were no immediate reports of injuries.
The company has not released details about what caused the collapse.