Rescuers are desperately searching for at least 30 people trapped in rubble after a five-story building collapsed in flood-hit Mumbai.
At least four people have been confirmed to have died in the collapse in western Indian city early on Thursday.
Rescue workers, police and locals have so far pulled 13 people out of the debris as heavy machinery was used to lift the rubble.
Torrential rain across the region, the heaviest for more than 15 years, has exposed the foundations of Mumbai’s buildings and left them at risk of collapse.
Building collapses are common in India during the monsoon season, which is June to September.