A four-storey building has collapsed in the Sabzi Mandi area of Delhi. As soon as the information of this incident was received, the fire brigade personnel rushed to the spot and started the rescue operation. It is feared that some people may be trapped under the rubble of the building. 7 vehicles of fire brigade have reached the spot.
The fire brigade received a call at 11:50 p.m. Firefighters rushed to the spot. Troopers, with the help of locals, pulled a man out of the heap and he was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment. How did the building collapse? The reason for this is still unclear. The building was 70 years old. The Municipal Corporation had declared this building as dangerous. Preliminary information is that 4-5 laborers are doing drilling work in the sweet shop in the building. Therefore, it is feared that this laborer will be crushed under this building. Eyewitnesses said that part of the building collapsed while a family was walking under the building.
Delhi | A four-storey building collapsed in the Sabzi Mandi area. One person has been rescued and taken to the hospital. More details awaited.
(Visuals from the spot) pic.twitter.com/iQ3poHtYCN
– ANI ()ANI) September 13, 2021
“The accident of building collapse in Sabzi Mandi area is very sad. The administration is doing relief and rescue work, I am personally monitoring the situation through the district administration, ”tweeted Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The incident of building collapse in Sabzi Mandi area is extremely tragic. The administration is engaged in relief and rescue work, through the district administration I have kept an eye on the situation myself. https://t.co/WpTo6MBvxB
– Arvind Kejriwal (rArvindKejriwal) September 13, 2021
An old building collapsed in the Narela area of Delhi on Sunday. Fortunately, no casualties were reported in the accident. The NDMC had declared the building dangerous. On the other hand, it has been raining heavily in Delhi for the last few days. This has led to an increase in dangerous building collapses.