Rescuers in the Kenyan capital Nairobi are searching for dozens of people feared trapped after the collapse of a seven-storey building in heavy rain.
TV coverage from the scene showed a crowd gathering at the Huruma residential estate as rescuers dug for survivors.
According to BBC, at least seven people are known to have died.
The Red Cross criticised “chaotic scenes” as rescuers arrived.
Police told Kenya’s KTN network that at least 121 people had been rescued.
It is unclear how many people are trapped beneath seven floors of concrete.
The rainfall in addition has caused landslides, washed away houses and flooded roads.
Police told KTN that 14 people died in the Nairobi rains, including those in the collapse.
Another four died when a wall toppled over, officials said.
The Huruma neighbourhood is a poor district on the outskirts of Nairobi made up of narrow streets, meaning firefighters struggled to get to the scene and were delayed by large crowds.
After some time, the army took charge of the rescue – with the help of the Kenyan Red Cross.
“We can still hear voices of people who are still inside,” Red Cross spokesman Venant Ndigila is quoted by BBC as saying.
Residents said that the building shook violently in the rain before collapsing.
President Uhuru Kenyatta last year ordered an audit of all the buildings in the country after a spate of collapses.