Mumbai: A three-storey building on Friday collapsed in Mumbra in Maharashtra's Thane district. Three people have been rescued so far, but there are fears that many more are still under the rubble.
Eight fire engines were rushed to the spot. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) officials have also visited the site.
This building was right next to the Mumbra railway station. There are no reports of casualties so far.
Three people have been rescued so far, but there are fears that many more are still under the rubble.
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