In another shocking incident coming days after the Greater Noida twin building collapse, five people were left injured and one child is still feared trapped under the debris as a 2-storey building collapsed in Mundhwa area of Pune in Maharashtra.
The rescue operation is on.
Pune: 8 people have been rescued while one child is still feared trapped inside the building. The building was 30 years old and it was served a notice by municipal corporation; Rescue operation underway.— ANI (@ANI) July 21, 2018
A total of eight people have been rescued and the injured have been rushed to the nearest hospital.
The building was around 30 years old and it was given a notice by the municipal corporation, as per reports.
#SpotVisuals: Rescue operation underway after a building collapsed near Keshavnagar in Pune's Mundhwa. 8 people have been rescued while one child is still feared trapped inside. The building was 30 years old and it was served a notice by municipal corporation. #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/7qpnbNAb3M— ANI (@ANI) July 21, 2018
The PMC had issued a notice to the building residents to evacuate the premises because it was in an extremely dangerous condition, said Anil Patrudkar, Senior police inspector, Mundhwa police.
More details are awaited.