Up to 20 people may have been injured, with some trapped under rubble, after an explosion tore through a residential building Tuesday night in Belgium.
The explosion, which local media has reported may have been due to a gas rupture, damaged two other buildings in the Paardenmarkt neighborhood of the city, Antwerp police tweeted.
“There are about 10, a maximum 20 casualties, fortunately including many slightly injured,” Antwerp police spokesman Wouter Bruyns told VRT network.
Police and fire officials tweeted that 14 people have so far been found to be wounded, with 1 person in critical condition, 5 people seriously injured and 8 others slightly injured.
The explosion was not terrorism-related, police stated.
At least one building completely collapsed. Rescue workers were still going through the debris around midnight.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.