Mumbai: A four-storey building collapsed in south Mumbai’s Dongri area on Tuesday, with at least 50 people feared trapped in the debris, a BMC Disaster Control official.
The Kesarbai building collapsed at around 11.30 a.m.
The Fire Brigade, police and disaster management teams have rushed to the site and launched rescue operations.
Teams from Fire brigade and National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) rushed their teams to the site and are carrying out rescue operations.
The G+4 building ‘Kesarbai’ situated near Tandel street, behind Abdul Hamid Shah Dargah, Dongri collapsed approximately around 11 am today.
“We have moved five of our vehicles to the spot. It was Kesarbai building in Dongri which is a four-floor structure. We are still waiting for other details,” fire brigade officials said.
NDRF team has also moved to the building collapse site.
Further details are awaited.