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Billboard collapses onto people in Mumbai, India, killing at least 14 but others may be trapped

NEW DELHI (AP) — A large billboard collapsed onto people during heavy rain and thunderstorms in India's western city of Mumbai, killing at least 14 and injuring 74 others, reports said. A rescue operation was ongoing Tuesday morning, and it was unclear how many people may still be trapped. The rains, accompanied by high winds, caused the 30-meters-tall (100-foot-tall) billboard to fall over a gas station in the suburb of Ghatkopar on Monday evening. At least 47 people were rescued late into the night. Police are investigating the incident and say the billboard was illegally installed, officials told the Press Trust of India news agency.