At least 14 workers have been killed by collapsing scaffolding in Vietnam’s Ha Tinh province, state media report.
About 30 other injured people were taken to hospital after the accident on a building site in the Vung Ang economic zone late on Wednesday.
Rescue workers have been searching the rubble for bodies and in case people were trapped.
The workers, all Vietnamese, were reportedly working on a port seawall project at an industrial complex.
The complex is owned by Taiwanese group Formosa Plastics and the workers had been subcontracted by a branch of South Korea’s Samsung group, reports said.