Brasília - Three people have been reported dead when part of
the stadium that will host the 2014 World Cup opener collapsed in Sao Paolo,
Sky Sports report.
Construction was near completion when the incident happened.
The cause was traced to a toppled crane at the Corinthians
Arena, which is due to host the first game of the 2014 tournament on 12 June.
Corinthians have however expressed regret about the
accident, in a statement.
This is not the first time Brazil will suffer setback ahead
of the World Cup as a fire at the Arena Pantanal further slowed down the
development of the 44,000 stadium in Cuiabá in October.
Read more at Sky Sports.