Byculla station wall collapse kills woman
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The official said it was likely that the wall was too old and could not withstand the vibrations because of the work on the road.
"We will investigate to see what caused the collapse and if the area was cordoned off by the contractors working on the footpath. We will also see if we have to compensate the victims," said Karbare.
Agripada police have registered a complaint against the JCB driver. "We have seized the vehicle and through its registration details, identify and apprehend the driver. We have booked the driver under Sections 304 (A) and 327 of the Indian Penal Code," said assistant commissioner of police Jayant Sarmokaddam, Agripada division.