Infant, 2 workers killed in Bangalore building collapse
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Three persons, including an infant, died and two others were injured when a dilapidated residential building collapsed on Tuesday, police said.
Two construction workers from Uttar Pradesh and a two-year-old baby playing near the one-storey building died when its mud walls collapsed, they said.
The mud walls of building may have been weakened by the recent downpour in the city, officials said.
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