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Six killed in building collapse in northern Egypt

Six killed in building

ALEXANDRIA: At least six individuals passed on when an old four-story building fell in the waterfront city of Alexandria in northern Egypt, neighborhood authorities said on Thursday.

Specialists had given a few reclamation orders for the old structure, which imploded on Wednesday night, yet they had been disregarded, Alexandria area Governor Mohamed El-Sherief told correspondents at the scene.

Two families were living in the structure and those executed included three men and three ladies, authorities said.

Specialists have emptied the structure close to the one that fell after breaks showed up, as per occupants.

Building breakdowns are normal in Egypt in view of remiss structure guidelines and helpless support.