WB: 2 killed after 100-year-old building collapses
West Bengal [Kolkata], July 23 (ANI): Two people were killed while few others injured after a 100-year-old building collapsed in West Bengal.
The building collapsed in Sealdah area, which is in the center of West Bengal.
According to the locals, the building is over 100-year-old and was declared unsafe by local civic officials.
As of now, the rescue operation is underway to ascertain if anyone is trapped under the debris.
Earlier today in Dwarka's Hari Vihar, a couple died and their three children sustained injuries after the roof of their house collapsed.
According to elder son Vaibhav, the roof of the house had become weak due to the leakage of water and hence collapsed.(ANI)
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