Report: Four killed as building collapses in Spain

A three-story building collapsed in northeastern Spain on Saturday, leaving four dead and four injured, news reports said.

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October 15, 2005 09:21

 
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A three-story building collapsed in northeastern Spain on Saturday, leaving four dead and four injured, news reports said. Firefighters were searching for survivors trapped under debris in the building located in the old quarter of the town of Piera, near the northeastern city of Barcelona, the state news agency Efe reported. The building was home to North African immigrants and collapsed as most residents were sleeping.



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