at least 4 dead, around twenty injured

at least 4 dead, around twenty injured
at least 4 dead, around twenty injured

At least four people died and several were injured when the roof of a two-story building collapsed on the Spanish island of Mallorca, emergency services said Thursday. The tragedy took place in the area called Playa de Palma, in the south of Palma de Mallorca.

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The roof of a restaurant collapsed

“Two people are confirmed dead” and there are “between 12 and 14 injured to varying degrees” after “the roof of a two-story building collapsed,” emergency services first indicated on X, before the toll is increased by two additional deaths.

The collapse occurred late Thursday afternoon in a restaurant located in this area very popular with foreign tourists, when the high season had already started, according to local media.

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Several firefighters, Palma police officers and ambulances went to the scene, according to the same Source.

The Balearic Islands, known for their crystal clear waters and beaches, are Spain’s second largest tourist destination after Catalonia. In 2023, they welcomed more than 14 million tourists, according to official figures.

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