Six members of the same family, including two children, were killed on Wednesday when a building near one of Mumbai's most famous landmarks collapsed, officials said. The 70-year-old four-storey building near Crawford Market in the south of India's financial capital came down during the morning, crushing the victims under tonnes of rubble and masonry. "Piling work next to the building could be the cause of the collapse," municipal commissioner J. Pathak said. The building contained both residential and commercial properties.