Mumbai Building Collapse
A rescue worker carries the body of a child who was recovered from the rubble a day after the collapse of a residential building in Thane district, on the outskirts of Mumbai April 5. At least 39 people were killed and dozens injured after an illegal, half-constructed building collapsed in seconds "like a pack of cards" on the outskirts of India's financial center Mumbai. Reuters/Vivek Prakash

Another building just collapsed in Mumbai, India, killing one person and injuring five others. The four-story residential building collapsed on Monday night local time. It was not immediately clear what caused the collapse, but locals told reporters that the building had mostly children and seniors inside.

Municipal Commissioner Sitaram Kunte told CNN that seven people were still trapped inside, CNN reported Monday.

Two months ago on April 5, another eight-story residential building collapsed in Mumbai and killed 47 people, leaving 70 injured.

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