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Twelve dead in Mumbai building collapse

Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar inspects the waterlogged space in the course of the heavy rains at Hindmata, Parel, on June 9, 2021 in Mumbai, India. (Photo by Bhushan Koyande/Hindustan Times through Getty Images)



At least 12 individuals, together with eight kids, have been killed when heavy monsoon rains triggered a residential building to collapse in a Mumbai slum, Indian authorities stated on Thursday.

Mumbai metropolis authorities confirmed that seven different residents have been injured in the incident late Wednesday, as rescuers continued trying to find a number of others feared lacking.

Residents have been evacuated from close by buildings thought of to be in a harmful situation.

Of the injured, six have been in secure situation, with one 30-year-old girl admitted to hospital in crucial situation.

“Three persons are still suspected to be trapped and the search operation is on to find them,” Prabhat Rahangdale from the Mumbai metropolis authority instructed the Indian Express day by day.

Collapses of poorly constructed buildings are widespread in the course of the monsoon, which formally hit India’s monetary capital on Wednesday, bringing widespread flooding and visitors chaos.

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