Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has vowed to find out the cause for a deadly crane collapse at Mecca’s Grand Mosque.
The tragedy occurred on Friday, ahead of Islam’s annual hajj pilgrimage, killing 107 people and injuring more than 230 others.
Prince Khalid Al Faisal, the Mecca governor and head of the central hajj committee, has ordered renovations of all damages caused by the incident.
Despite the tragedy, Saudi authorities say the annual pilgrimage will start as scheduled.
More than 909,000 pilgrims have arrived in Mecca for this year’s hajj, expected to start on Sept. 21.