A four-storey building in Vienna, Austria, has partially collapsed leaving five people injured and two in hospital.
The second and third floor of the building in Mariahilfer Street in Vienna collapsed after what eyewitnesses described as an "explosion".
There are fears of further collapses in the area and the cause of the incident is unknown, according to Austria's public broadcaster ORF.
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