Georgian officials said nine people, including three children, have been found dead in the wreckage of a residential building that partially collapsed in the Black Sea city of Batumi.
Emergency workers were able to pull one man out alive on October 9. No one else is believed to be under the rubble of the seven story building and rescue operations have ended.
The building had a total of 12 apartments.
Police say the building collapse may have been caused by renovation work carried out in an apartment on the first floor.
Investigators have detained the owner of the apartment and 2 construction workers, accusing them of gross violations.
The Georgian government has declared October 11 a national day of mourning.
Flags on all government buildings in Georgia will be flown at half mast while all entertainment events have been canceled.