Breaking News: Nigerian School Collapses, Rescue Efforts Underway

Rescue efforts are taking place in Nigeria Wednesday as a three-story school building collapsed. Classes were in session.

Dozens of children were thought to be inside at the time of the collapse at around 10 a.m. local time, but reports are conflicting as to how many students are missing.

A rescuer on the scene told AFP, a French news agency, that "at least 10 children" were still in the building and that they are "thought to be alive."

Reuters reported that 100 studnets attend the primary school in Bigeria's commerical capital, Lagos. Seven had been pulled from the rubble alive.

Nigeria frequently deals with buildings collapsing, as there is weak enforcement of regulations and poor materials are often used during construction.