A four-story apartment building has collapsed in India's financial hub, Bombay, also known as Mumbai, leaving 11 people dead, at least 18 injured and about 20 trapped under the debris.
City officials say the collapse in the downtown Nagpada area occurred shortly after midnight local time on Tuesday. They say police and fire teams rescued 47 people from the building, located in a crowded section of the city.
But rescue work is difficult, because of nearby buildings and narrow congested streets, which can only accommodate one fire truck or other rescue vehicle at a time.
The cause of the collapse was not immediately clear. But news reports quoted a police official as saying local authorities had declared the building unsafe following last month's torrential rains and had notified the residents accordingly.