New Delhi5 hours ago
This video is taken from Twitter. The incident happened at 3 in the afternoon.
A 5-storey building collapsed in Vijay Park area of Delhi on Wednesday. It was about 20 years old. It suddenly caved in around 12 noon, after which the house was evacuated.
Although there is no information about any kind of damage so far, but some houses in the vicinity have been damaged.
Team gathered to clear the debris
Delhi Police and fire brigade team have reached the spot. Debris removal work is underway. Due to the collapse of the house, the surrounding electric wires have also been broken, which is being repaired. When the house collapsed, some vehicles were also standing below, which came under the debris. They are also being taken out.
The fire brigade team that reached the spot after the collapse of the house is working to remove the debris.
People ran here and there as soon as the house collapsed
Videos of house collapse are going viral on social media. There is also a 29-second video in it, in which it can be seen that in 5 seconds a five-storey house was destroyed. As soon as the house collapsed, the people present on the spot started running here and there to save themselves. However, there is no information about any kind of damage.
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