Phnom Penh (FN), June 24 – A seven-storey building in the west coast of Cambodia's Sihanoukville province collapsed at about 5 a.m in the morning of Saturday, 22 June.

As of 1 p.m of Monday, 25 bodies of construction workers, four females, were found dead; and 24 others, two females, were injured, according to Sihanoukville governor Yun Min.

At least 1,000 rescue members and military officers are searching through the rubble that requires a minimum of two days, according to the General Commissariat of National Police.

See photos below for the rescue actions on 24 June: