Khmer Water festival Phnom Penh crowd incident 22/11/2010

Khmer Water festival Phnom Penh crowd incident 22/11/2010

Government decreases death toll in Cambodian stampede

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (CNN) — The Cambodian government has decreased the official death toll from a stampede on a suspension bridge in the capital from 456 to 347, the Phnom Penh Post reported Thursday.

Hundreds dead in stampede at Phnom Penh water festival

A stampede during an annual water festival in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on Monday left at least 330 people dead, according to state TV reports, and the toll is likely to rise. More than two million people are taking part in the festival.

Hundreds killed in Cambodian festival stampede

At least 345 people have been killed in a stampede during festival celebrations in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, Prime Minister Hun Sen has said.

Huge crowds had gathered on a small island for the final day of the Water Festival, one of the main events of the year in Cambodia.

Cambodia Water Festival turns tragic with deadly stampede

At least 339 people died in the stampede, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen, who called it a terrible tragedy. The Water Festival has seen troubles in past years.

Cambodia Water Festival turns to tragedy in Phnom Penh

At least 340 killed during stampede at festival, and survivors tell of desperate attempt to escape crush

Stampede in Cambodia kills hundreds, government says

(CNN) — A stampede that occurred during a festival in Cambodia’s capital city of Phnom Penh has killed 339 people, officials said Monday.

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Hundreds die in Cambodia stampede

At least 410 killed and hundreds injured in stampede on a small island during Phnom Penh’s water festival.

Cambodia stampede kills at least 375 at festival

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – Cambodia searched for answers on Tuesday a day after a stampede killed at least 375 people on a suspension bridge where survivors said they were wedged into the crowd of living and dead for hours.

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