RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Two small buildings in Rio de Janeiro have collapsed.
Friday's incident in the western part of the city comes a few days after heavy rains caused massive flooding and killed at least 10 people.
Firefighters say there is no immediate information on injuries or how many people were inside the buildings.
Images on Globo Television showed residents walking over debris, apparently looking for survivors.
Collapsing structures are common in Latin America's largest nation, which suffers from poor infrastructure in many areas. Corruption and spotty oversight can exacerbate the problem.