Under-construction building collapses in Lahore

As many as six people, injured in the collapse, were rescued from the rubble


Web Desk July 18, 2015
This screengrab shows the building which collapsed in Shah Alam Market in Lahore. PHOTO: EXPRESS

LAHORE: A four-storied under-construction building in Shah Alam Market of Lahore collapsed on Saturday evening, trapping at least six people, Express News reported.

According to Express News correspondent Noman Sheikh, the fourth floor of the building was under construction and it suddenly collapsed on Saturday, taking down the entire building with it.

Rescue services rushed to the site to dig through the rubble and pull out any survivors.

As many as six people, injured in the collapse, were rescued from the rubble.

COMMENTS (2)

Mrs Juicy Gossips | 6 years ago | Reply @Abbass Rashid Butt: Is this building opposite Cinnabon ?
Abbass Rashid Butt | 6 years ago | Reply The damaged was caused by ignorance of officials who did not notice the illegal construction of Multi-Story building in congested area. The President of Anjuman-e-Tajaran wa Shahrian walled city Lahore Shahid Bilal appealed to higher authority that an FIR would be lodged against the owner of the building, TMO Ravi Town, DG walled city authority, and SHO Rang Mahal for the official negligence.
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