The collapse of a building in Mumbai, India has killed 2 people and more than 40 people were trapped, July 16 According to foreign media reports, on the 16th, a building in Mumbai, the financial center of India, collapsed, killing at least two people and trapping more than 40 people.

Tanaji Kamble, a spokesman for Indian disaster management, said two people were killed in the collapse of the building in southern Mumbai, and more than 40 people were trapped under the rubble. He also stated that five people were rescued and taken to hospital, including two children.

According to reports, firefighters said, “We are not sure how many people are trapped, but based on information provided by our neighbors, we estimate that more than 30 people may be trapped. “And he also said that the narrow lanes hindered rescue work.

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