Tuesday, July 16, 2019

12 dead, more than 40 trapped as Mumbai building breakdown

12 dead, more than 40  trapped  as Mumbai building breakdown:
12 dead, more than 40  trapped  as Mumbai building breakdown
12 dead, more than 40  trapped  as Mumbai building breakdown


Mumbai mayor  Vishwanath Mahadeshwar said he has requested that the muncipal  commissioner  dispatch a test in the occurrence.

Mumbai: four-story building fallen in Dongri, many dreaded caught

Twelve people were killed after a four-story private structure crumbled in south Mumbai's blocked Dongri region Tuesday, catching more than 40 individuals under the garbage, city authorities said.

Twelve individuals were murdered after the 'Kausarbaug' building, situated in a clamoring slender path in Tandel Street of Dongri territory of south Mumbai, smashed, lodging pastor Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil said.

This store had put its punt on Jet's fall

A BMC authority said seven people were harmed in the breakdown.

Mumbai mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar said he has requested that the city official dispatch a test in the occurrence.



Television stations demonstrated sensational visuals of a tyke, enveloped by a material pack, being done of the flotsam and jetsam by salvage laborers. The youngster is alive, authorities said.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has opened a sanctuary at Imamwada Municipal Secondary Girls' School after the structure breakdown, a metro authority said.



"A group of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is achieving the spot. We are expecting that 10 to 12 families are still under the flotsam and jetsam," Mumbadevi MLA Amin Patel told correspondents at the spot.

Boss Minister Devendra Fadnavis said the structure was around 100 years of age. It was not in the rundown of weather beaten structures and was given to a designer for redevelopment.

Between 10 to 15 families lived in the structure, he said.

Local people said the structure had a place with the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA). Be that as it may, Vinod Ghosalkar, head of MHADA fix board, said the structure did not have a place with the lodging body.

Official Bhai Jagtap said occupants had grumbled to lodging experts to accept brief measures as the structure was exceptionally old and in an incapacitated state for quite a while.

Some piece of the structure was left remaining after the breakdown.

Fire detachment, Mumbai Police and city authorities hurried to the site however the choked paths made it hard to get to the territory, diminished to a mass of rubble, wound concrete and broken wires.

Scores of local people participated in the exertion, framing a human chain to help in expelling the flotsam and jetsam step by determined step and getting pieces of cement to find those covered.

Ambulances couldn't achieve the site and must be stopped around 50 meters away.

Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Barve visited the site of the structure breakdown.

The salvage work, which was hampered by thin paths, was additionally deferred as lawmakers, including priests, administrators and pioneer of restriction, made a direct route to the structure breakdown site