Rescue efforts are still ongoing in Egypt's second city after an apartment building collapsed.
Military rescue teams in Alexandria have already pulled at least 19 bodies from the rubble -- and they are looking for others.
But the incident highlights allegations of widespread corruption between officials and landlords as in some cases health and safety is often ignored.
The police have already arrested the owner of the collapsed building and they are questioning local officials.
Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports from Alexandria.