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IO]. This is the scene inside the Indonesian stock exchange, just moments after a floor collapse injured at least 70 people.>>
> Many of them are university students who were pinned under slabs of concrete. No deaths have been reported and Jakarta's government says the cause will be investigated.
Police have already ruled out a bomb. Safety standards in Indonesia are often loosely enforced. Last year, over 50 people were killed in a fire at a fireworks factory that was later cited with multiple safety violations. The stock exchange says it will personally pay for the medical expenses of all the visiting students.