The death toll from a bridge collapse in India’s Gujarat state has risen to 141.
More than 100 people are missing from the incident and operations are underway to find them.
Foreign media reported that 177 more people were rescued.
About 500 people were on the bridge when the bridge collapsed into the Machu River in Gujarat.
The foreign media reported that this cable bridge, which belongs to the British era, was built about 150 years ago.
The amount charged per person is 17 Indian Rupees to enter this bridge, which has attracted a lot of attention from tourists.
The tragic incident happened 4 days after the bridge, which was closed for 7 months for renovation, was reopened.
The head of the local authority says that safety certification was not taken before the old bridge was renovated and reopened.