TEL AVIV:– A building collapse in Israel's commercial capital Tel Aviv killed at least two people and injured around 20 others Monday, officials said, as rescuers tried to reach several people believed trapped in rubble. Police earlier said at least seven people were trapped in the collapse at an underground car park at a construction site, but it was unclear if some had since been rescued. Police confirmed two people were killed and medics reported four or five people believed trapped at the site of the multi-floor car park, filled with twisted metal, dirt and rubble.–AFP

Surveillance video at the time of the collapse showed the area quickly enveloped by thick clouds of dirt and rubble.