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>> Rescuers in the Indian city of Mumbai hunting for survivors in the early hours of Wednesday after the death toll from a collapsed building more than doubled overnight, leaving at least 17 people dead. Reuters correspondent, Swati Bhat, is on the scene.>> This was a four-story building which housed about three to four families in each floor.
The ground floor had a nursing home, which was being renovated over the last few weeks. The residents suspect that the renovation work was what caused the collapse of the building. The residents have filed an FIR yesterday evening, which has led to the arrest of the owner of the nursing home,
But there are no missing people reports. Everybody has largely been removed from the debris and has been taken to hospitals, or have gone to relative homes. But there are residents who are still coming in to claim their belongings, which have been found in the rubble and area. But no more survivors likely to emerge from this.
>> Mumbai has a bad history of collapse's, but officials say the 40 year old building wasn't on the list of dangerous structures. Amera Bumby says an investigation is getting underway and promised action against whoever triggered the tragedy.