TEL AVIV, Israel -- A multilevel underground parking garage collapsed at a Tel Aviv construction site on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring some 17 others, according to police and rescue workers.
The midday collapse sent a large plume of dust floating over the area. TV images showed a large, crater-like hole in the ground, and twisted support beams as rescue teams, accompanied by search dogs, dug through the rubble for survivors. The cause of the collapse was under investigation.
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