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Topic - Murli Khadpekar
Hundreds of emergency responders rushed to the scene of a five-story building collapse in Mumbai on Friday, frantically searching the rubble for survivors and hoping the death toll of four wouldn’t rise.
"The municipal corporation has given two notices to repair the building as it was not safe, but they did not do anything about it," said Murli Khadpekar, who said he was awoken Friday morning about 5:53 to a loud crash.