An apartment block collapsed in Mumbai's outskirts Friday, killing at least 10 people in the latest deadly incident to fuel concerns about the quality of construction in the booming Indian city.
Indian rescue workers gather at the site of a apartment block collapse in Mumbra, on the outskirts of Mumbai on June 21, 2013. The building collapse killed at least 10 people and trapped more in the debris.
Rescue workers were using hand-held wire cutters and excavators to search through the rubble for survivors after the building on Mumbai's outskirts collapsed while many of its residents were sleeping, officials said.
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