NEW DELHI, India (CNN) -- The collapse of a seven-story residential building Wednesday evening killed at least 26 people and injured 11 others in the Indian city of Mumbai, hospital officials said.
Officials said up to 25 people are feared trapped beneath the remnants of the building, although rescue workers did pull a survivor from the debris on Thursday.
Reuters reported that about 15 people had been removed alive, several with serious injuries.
Family members of trapped victims gathered at the site of the collapse, watching as search teams continued their work.
The Indian government announced it will investigate whether unauthorized structural work on the building caused its collapse and, in the meantime, said it will support rescue efforts and assist families affected by the incident. E-mail to a friend
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