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Wall collapse kills one, injures four workers

 VietNamNet Bridge - A 10m high wall, about 70m long collapsed on a group of workers below. Consequently, one person died on the spot, four others were injured.

VietNamNet Bridge - A 10m high wall, about 70m long collapsed on a group of workers below. Consequently, one person died on the spot, four others were injured.








The accident occurred in the afternoon of May 6 at a building site in the Tay Bac Cu Chi Industrial Park in Cu Chi District, HCM City.

According to preliminary information, at about 4.40pm, more than 60 workers were working at this place when unexpectedly a wall of 10m high, 70m long collapsed on five people. Excavator driver Nguyen Vu Linh, 25 years old, a native of Tien Giang province was crushed to death on the spot.

Four workers were injured seriously, including a 26-year-old man from Tien Giang, a 44-year-old man from An Giang, a 29-year-old woman from Can Tho and a 36-year-old man from Soc Trang.

By afternoon of May 7, Cu Chi district police still worked with the relevant agencies for investigation and handling of this serious accident.

Thu Hang


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