Mumbai: Five houses collapsed after a gas cylinder exploded in a house in the Chembur area of Mumbai on Wednesday morning following which 11 people were rescued, civic officials said.
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The incident took place at 7.50 am at Old Barrack near Golf Club in the Chembur area. A gas cylinder exploded in a house, leading to the collapse of four to five two-storey structures, a civic official said.
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