A ceiling collapse at a Cambodian shoe factory killed two workers Thursday, spurring a government vow to inspect all garment plants amid heightened safety fears after last month's disaster in Bangladesh.
Cambodian rescue teams look for workers after a factory collapsed in Kampong Speu province, on May 16, 2013. A ceiling collapsed at a shoe factory killing at least two workers, police said, stoking concerns about industrial safety after last month's disaster in Bangladesh.
Local rescue teams, helped by soldiers, scrambled to search through the rubble of the fallen structure early Thursday, which appeared to have been on a mezzanine level laden with crates of trainers and canvas shoes.
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