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June 23, 1986

A textile factory collapsed during monsoon rains in India, and at least 67 people were feared killed. The United News of India news agency reported that more than 100 workers were inside the three-story building at Taloja, about 40 miles south of Bombay, when it collapsed during the downpour. Reporters said they saw workers trapped under the debris, and rescue operations continued into the night. At least 22 workers were injured.

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