Four people lost their lives while at least 40 people are feared trapped after a four-storey building collapsed in Mumbai’s Dongri area on Tuesday. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s disaster management cell said the number of people feared trapped could be anywhere between 40 to 50.
A team of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has rushed to the site, according to news agency ANI.
Last week, a three-storey building in Himachal Pradesh’s Solan district collapsed amidst heavy rains in the region. At least 11 of the 14 people killed in the collapse were Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) of 4th Regiment of Assam Rifles.
The building, Sahaj Tandoori Dhaba, situated at village Runan Gohro along the Kumarhatti-Nahan road had collapsed around 3.15 pm on Sunday.
More details awaited.
(With ANI inputs)