Gurugram: 2 labourers get trapped after building collapses during demolition

Two labourers got feared trapped under the debris after an old factory collapsed in Gurugram during the demolition process on Monday.

Press Trust of India October 03, 2022 13:35:10 IST
Gurugram: 2 labourers get trapped after building collapses during demolition

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Gurugram: After an old factory here collapsed on Monday while being demolished, two workers are reportedly trapped under the debris. They claimed that so far, two labourers have been saved. Twelve workers were performing demolition work in the factory when the incident occurred in Udyog vihar phase 1 at around 8 in the morning, they claimed.

Two floors of the factory were demolished as part of the three-story building’s demolition project, which began on September 26. The incident happened when the final floor’s roof collapsed.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (west) Deepak Saharan said, Two people were rescued alive while two others are likely to be buried under the rubble. Rescue operation is on and the team of NDRF, Ghaziabad also informed.

After getting information the police team along with the civil defence and fire brigade team reached the spot and started the rescue operation.

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