The collapse of a residential building under renovation in central China has killed 17 construction workers and injured another 23, state media reported this morning, in the latest incident to raise questions over poor regulation.
The 1990s-era building in Henan province collapsed suddenly yesterday afternoon in a project which involved adding more levels to the two-storey building, state media said.
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