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Pakistan building collapse toll reaches 10April 14, 2012 11:23:55 IST
Islamabad : The toll in the departmental store collapse in Pakistan’s Gujranwala city has gone up to 10, a media report said Saturday.
Ten people were killed and 18 injured when the three-storey store collapsed at Satellite Town Market Friday, Geo News reported Saturday.
Most of the victims were shopping when the building collapsed.
The dead include two children.
At least eight people are still trapped under the debris.
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