Katowice Trade Hall roof collapse 28/01/2006

Exhibition Hall Collapses in Poland

Rescuers have pulled several dozen bodies from under the collapsed roof of an exhibition hall in Poland. The death toll is expected to rise as hopes fade of finding survivors in the rubble.

Roof collapse: 'No more survivors'

KATOWICE, Poland (CNN) — Emergency workers shifted their efforts from rescue to recovery Sunday at the site of an exhibition center that’s roof collapsed over the weekend in southern Poland, killing 66 people, after officials determined it unlikely that anyone else would be found alive.

Hopes fade after Poland collapse

Hopes of finding any more survivors are fading after a building collapsed in southern Poland, killing at least 65 people, rescuers said.

Polish hall collapses killing 32

The roof of a trade hall hosting at least 500 people in the southern Polish city of Katowice has collapsed, killing at least 32 people, official say.

At least 66 killed in Polish roof collapse

The snow-covered roof of a convention hall in southern Poland collapsed Saturday with as many as 500 people inside for a racing pigeon exhibition, killing  66 people and injuring 160. Survivors said some exits were locked.

The Biggest Constructional Catastrophe in Polish History: The Collapsed Building in Chorzow-Katowsce

On Saturday, 28th of January 2006, at 5.15 p.m., in the centre of Slask urban complex, within the area of Katowickie International Trade Fairs (MKT) situated in Voivodship Leisure and Culture Park (WPKiW) in the suburbs of cities: Chorzow, Katowice, Siemianowice Slaskie, a building collapse took place, considered this type largest in the Polish history

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