The death toll in Musa Lane Building collapse has reached 18 after 4 bodies were recovered from the debris of collapsed building. According to the rescue teams, the evacuated dead bodies were of two men and two women. The bodies were evacuated in the morning and were shifted to Civil Hospital. The dead bodies were identified as 50-year Iqbal, 18-year old Haseeb, Robina and Mahek. The rescue teams further said that at least 12 persons were still trapped under debris. A five-storey old building had collapsed in the densely-populated Musa Lane locality of Karachi on Thursday morning, killing and injuring several people. Meanwhile Residents of the Musa Lane, Lyari staged a sit-in protest here on Saturday as a building held precarious adjacent to the ill-fated collapsed building in which 18 people were killed,was pulled down. Another five-storey building, Iqbal Center declared as unsafe abutting the building that collapsed on Thursday in the Musa Lane area was demolished as it was old and it took 18 lives. The residents of this building, staging a sit-in on Kharadar Road, protested against the demolition of their building. The protesters said that at least 28 families with more than 150 members used to live in the building and now they have become homeless.