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Mass fainting at Phnom Penh factory

Mass fainting at Phnom Penh factory

At least 150 garment workers at King Fashion factory in Dangkor district’s Choam Chao commune fainted yesterday evening. Chea Mony, president of Free Trade Union, said last night: “About 150 workers fainted and we do not know the reason yet.” He added that the number could rise as some workers were being transported to hospital by family and friends. Soth Sath, Chaom Chao commune chief, said that “no one died”.

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