Approximately 15 families rented rooms in the building located in Masr al-Qadeema neighborhood. The collapse was reportedly caused by the explosion of a gas cylinder, the newspaper said.
Egypt has seen a recent spate of building collapses, including one last week in Alexandria in which 28 people died. Government officials have blamed the collapses on illegal construction practices.
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