13 rescued from debris of collapsed Cambodian building

Whatapp News

Bangkok – No fewer than 13 people have been rescued from a building that collapsed on Friday while under in southern Cambodia.
Around 20 to 30 other workers remain trapped under the rubble of the seven-story building located in the southern Cambodian province of Kep, outlet Fresh News Asia said, citing the Kep police Chief Pen Dara.

Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen said in a Friday posting that he would travel to Kep to assist the rescue efforts.

footage posted on Fresh News Asia’s website showed police and rescuers helping one victim out of the building’s debris.

In June, at least 28 people were killed when a building under collapsed in Cambodia’s Preah Sihanouk province which led to the resignation of the province’s governor.