At dawn on Saturday, the Civil Protection Forces exhumed a 6-month-old girl alive from the ruins of the collapsed Suez Bridge property, and her parents were searching under the rubble.
At the site of the collapse of the Suez Bridge property, the residents confirmed that the property was not fully residential and that the first two floors of it were a garment factory.
The incident brings to mind the case of Faisal’s collapsed estate, below which was a shoe factory.
Sources present at the site of the collapse of the Suez Bridge property said that upon their arrival at the site of the collapse, the residents assured them of a sudden slight inclination two days ago.
The residents added that some of them feared for themselves and their family and left the property, while the rest of the residents stayed behind because there were no alternative places for them. The residents were surprised that the property had fallen, and the relevant authorities were notified.
The Civil Protection and Ambulance Forces arrived at the site of the collapse of the Suez Bridge property, to extract the residents from under the rubble of the collapsed property.
The police forces imposed a security cordon around the property to make way for the civil protection and ambulance forces to extract the residents from under the rubble of the collapsing property.
A multi-storey property on Shark Street, off Gamal Abdel Nasser Street, in Gesr El Suez, Cairo Governorate, collapsed in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Residents circulated videos of the property after its fall, calling for help to remove the residents from under the rubble, and demanding that ambulances be called quickly to extract the people from the bottom of the Suez Bridge property.
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