A massive building collapse in the U.K. has left dozens of people dead, injured more than 200 and forced the evacuation of more than a dozen homes.
The collapse on Sunday night took place at a residential property on the edge of the city of Bristol, near the Ubers Heathrow terminal.
More than 200 people have been reported injured, according to the BBC.
The BBC said that more than 70 homes were destroyed and several others damaged, with many people suffering minor injuries.
A spokesman for the British Transport Police (BTP) told the BBC that an emergency response team has been deployed to assist the evacuation process.”BTP has responded to several incidents involving large buildings and structures, including at least three that have required the use of Tasers,” the spokesman said.
“In these instances, we have used a stun gun to incapacitate the occupant.
BTP has deployed officers to the scene and is providing support to the evacuation.”
Bristol Mayor, Mark Hill, told CNN that the building collapsed in a “brutal” manner and said it was not a building design flaw.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.