Four-storey building collapses in Delhi’s Sabzi Mandi area, two children among three rescued so far

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Updated: September 13, 2021 2:17 PM

A four-storeyed building collapsed in Delhi's Sabzi Mandi area on Monday. One person has been rescued while several others are still feared trapped under the debris. 

A four-storeyed building collapsed in Delhi's Sabzi Mandi area on Monday. One person has been rescued while several others are still feared trapped under the debris. 

A four-storeyed building collapsed in Delhi’s Sabzi Mandi area on Monday. Three persons, including two children, have been rescue so far and rescue operations are underway to bring the remaining people out of the debris, the Delhi Fire Department said.

“Teams of local police, MCD, NDRF among others are present to undertake rescue operation. We need time to assess number of people stuck under debris. One person rescued so far. He sustained head injury &has been sent to hospital,” said NS Bundela, Joint CP, Central Range, Delhi.

A call was received from the Sabzi Mandi area reporting the building collapse incident around 11.50 am. The building is situated opposite Robin Cinema near Malka Ganj in Delhi.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has said, “The building collapse incident in Sabzi Mandi area is extremely sad. The administration is engaged in relief and rescue operations. I myself am monitoring the situation.”

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