More than 40 people are feared trapped under the debris of a building that collapsed in Mumbai’s Dongri, BMC Disaster Management Cell said on Tuesday.
The Abdul Hamid Dargah Dongari on Tandel street in Dongri collapsed and two teams of the NDRF rushed to the site.
BMC Disaster Management Cell: Kesarbai building has collapsed at Tandel street, in Dongri, Mumbai. More than 40 people are feared trapped pic.twitter.com/AKIz2Sf1Pv— Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) July 16, 2019
Fire brigade, Mumbai Police and civic officials also rushed to the site to carry out the rescue operation, PTI said.
According to the NDTV, the incident has been classified as a ‘level 2’ incident.
#DongriBuildingCollapse | The authorities said this was a "level 2" incident - while level 1 is the most serious under the system that measures the severity of a building collapse. #DevelopingStory— NDTV (@ndtv) July 16, 2019
(📸credit: ANI) pic.twitter.com/A2ySZTf7Hs