A flyover collapsed in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata in West Bengal state. In this photo, people are seen at busy shopping area in Kolkata, Sep. 6, 2009. Getty Images/AFP/DESHAKALYAN CHOWDHURY

UPDATE: 6:13 a.m. EST — Police in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata said Thursday that death toll due to the collapse of a bridge rose to 14, according to reports. National Disaster Management Authority spokesman Anurag Gupta reportedly said 62 people who were trapped under rubble were rushed to hospital.

Original story:

A bridge under construction collapsed in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata in West Bengal state Thursday, killing at least 10 people and trapping about 150 others, police said. Rescue efforts are ongoing to pull out those trapped under the rubble.

The incident occurred Thursday afternoon at a busy road near Ganesh Talkies in Kolkata’s Girish Park. The bridge is located amid high buildings and it has been under construction since 2009 missing several deadlines for completion, Reuters reported.

“The condition is pathetic. At this moment no one has any clue how many people are trapped,” Raichand Mohta, a police officer, told the news agency.

About 20 to 35 people have been injured in the incident, Minister for Disaster Management Javed Khan said, according to local newspaper the Hindu.

The army, police and the ambulance arrived at the site to evacuate the victims, Asian News International agency reported. A disaster management team also reportedly reached the spot.