VIDEO: More than a dozen people were killed when a five-story apartment building collapsed in Mumbai. A search and rescue operation followed.
By: Evan Wexler, Guglielmo Mattioli, and Veda Shastri
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A five-story apartment building collapsed in India Tuesday morning, burying many residents under tons of concrete and debris. At least 12 people died and as many as six others were feared trapped in the rubble of the collapse, whose cause was not yet known. A severe housing shortage and lax regulation in India have resulted in too many people crowded into old, weak and substandard structures.
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