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Building collapses in Punjab's Mohali, several feared trapped

IndiaTimes Saturday, 8 February 2020
Several people are feared trapped in a three-storey building that collapsed in Punjab's Mohali district on Saturday, police said. The building, located on the Kharar-Landran road, came down when a JCB machine was digging its basement, they said.
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News video: Punjab: 2 feared trap as building collapses in Mohali

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Two people are feared trapped as a three-storeyed building collapsed on the Kharar-Landran road in Kharar town of Mohali district on Saturday. Two others have been rescued after the incident.

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Building collapses in Mohali, several feared trapped

The building, located on the Kharar-Landran road, came down when a JCB machine was digging its basement
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