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Bhiwandi building collapse: Death toll rises to 39 with the recovery of 14 more bodies overnight

Mid-Day Wednesday, 23 September 2020
The death toll in the Bhiwandi building collapse in Maharashtra rose to 39 on Wednesday, with the recovery of 14 more bodies overnight, police said.

The dead include 18 children in the age group of two to 15, including three toddlers, an official said.

Twenty five persons have been pulled out of the debris alive so far and...
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Death toll has risen to 39 in the Bhiwandi building collapse incident in Thane. Rescuers continue search operation at the site. A total of 25 people have been rescued so far. A three-storey building collapsed in Patel Compound area in Bhiwandi on September 21.

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