Church in northeastern Mexico collapses, killing at least 7

 October  2

A church in northeastern Mexico has collapsed, reportedly killing at least seven people. Dozens are feared trapped under the rubble.

The church in the state of Tamaulipas suddenly crumbled during a Sunday service.

Images from the site show the church's caved-in roof and people sifting through rubble to look for survivors.

Local media say at least seven people were killed and 10 others were injured.

The Associated Press quoted state police as saying about 100 people were in the church at the time of the collapse, and that about 30 were still inside.

Local authorities are continuing search operations and trying to find out what caused the collapse.