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Seven more bodies recovered after the collapse of block of flats at a price

The number of deaths caused by the collapse of an apartment building in the Cambodian town of Sihanoukville has been increased to 24. Seven more bodies on Monday by the Cambodian authorities brought to the surface.

The number of people injured varies still close to 24 hours. At least 36 people have been rescued. It is still unclear as to how many people have gone missing. Their search, however, there is a risk that the remnants of the building will be torn down.

The building is seven-storey building collapsed on Saturday morning. The building was still under construction. At least fifty construction workers were on the point of collapse, to be present at the job site.

The cause of the crash is still unknown. The construction was almost completed. The building is owned by a Chinese company. Four persons, including three supervisors, were detained by the police.

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