BOMBAY, India (AP) _ A waiting room collapsed today at a crowded Bombay railroad station, killing at least eight people and injuring 60, police said.

The evening rush hour was beginning when the two-story building that houses both the waiting room and freight office caved in. It wasn't immediately clear what caused the collapse.

The injured were being treated at two Bombay hospitals, police said.

The Dadar Station, one of Bombay's largest, handles both commuter and long-distance trains. The building that collapsed was one of several at the station.

Last month, an eight-story Bombay office building collapsed, killing 19 people. Officials blamed poor construction and materials for that accident.