At least six people were killed and 12 others received injuries of varying severity as a result of collapse of the roof of a religious Seminary, located in the Pakistani town of Karak, in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
About it reports on Sunday, July 30, the local TV channel Dunya News.
Representatives of rescue services specify that several people are under the debris, and thus, the number of victims can increase.
Preliminary investigation suggests that the cause of the collapse was rainwater that eroded the Foundation of the building.
The national Directorate for disaster management of Pakistan reports that more than 70 people were killed and 90 others injured in result of heavy rains typical of the monsoon season, which began June 26 and will continue until September. In affected areas, authorities deliver food, tents and other necessary items.
Recall that last year during seasonal rains and floods killed 81 people, about 300,000 were injured.