Indonesian police and rescue teams search the rubble of a local art centre, where junior high school students were preparing for a show, after a tall warehouse collapsed on them in Cirebon on April 16, 2018. (Photo: New Strait Times)

Jakarta (VNA) – At least seven people were killed when a building collapsed in Cirebon, about 220 kilometres east of Jakarta, Indonesia, on April 16, said the local police.

The accident also injured two others, one of them being in a critical condition.

The wall of warehouse next door fell over and crushed the local art centre. At that time, a group of junior high school students were preparing for a show.

The deceased included six boys between 13 and 15 years old and the centre's 48-year-old manager.

The cause of the collapse is under investigation.

In January, a mezzanine floor of the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta collapsed, killing at least 75 people. - VNA