Surat Building Collapse Kills Three, Rescue Ongoing
Real Estate

Surat Building Collapse Kills Three, Rescue Ongoing

In a tragic incident, a building collapse in Surat has claimed the lives of three people, with fears that more individuals may be trapped under the debris. The rescue operation, currently underway, is focused on locating and extracting any survivors from the rubble. The incident occurred in the Bhatar area of Surat, where a four-story residential building collapsed suddenly. The local authorities, along with National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams, swiftly responded to the scene to conduct rescue operations and provide medical assistance to the injured. As per initial reports, several families were residing in the building at the time of the collapse, raising concerns about the exact number of people still trapped. Efforts are being intensified to clear the debris systematically while ensuring the safety of rescue personnel and bystanders.

In a tragic incident, a building collapse in Surat has claimed the lives of three people, with fears that more individuals may be trapped under the debris. The rescue operation, currently underway, is focused on locating and extracting any survivors from the rubble. The incident occurred in the Bhatar area of Surat, where a four-story residential building collapsed suddenly. The local authorities, along with National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams, swiftly responded to the scene to conduct rescue operations and provide medical assistance to the injured. As per initial reports, several families were residing in the building at the time of the collapse, raising concerns about the exact number of people still trapped. Efforts are being intensified to clear the debris systematically while ensuring the safety of rescue personnel and bystanders.

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